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UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS 



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EDITOR 

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BUSINESS MANAGER 

david salyers 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

cynthia curtiss 

larry fears 

sallie pagels 

ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGER 

judi rupp 

DESIGNER-ARTIST 

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UNIVERSITY LIFE 

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UNDAUNTED BY THE winter's first ice storm, the 
Alma Mater fulfills her role as guardian of the spirit 
of the lllini. 



SLATED FOR COMPLETION BY 1968, the Krannert 
Center for the Performing Arts will make possible 
the consolidation of all facets of music, drama, dance, 
and related arts at the University of Illinois. 




TOWNSEND HALL IN THE FOREGROUND and 
Wardell Hall in the background were opened 
for occupancy last September. 



LOOKING UP THE SIDE of Wardell Hall confirms the 
fact that this is indeed the University's first high- 
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CONTRASTING IIS MODERN ARCHITECTURE with 
the turn of the century styling of the Natural Re- 
sources Building in the background, the Education 
Building is a valuable and much-needed addition 
to the University. 



THE UNUSUAL CONCTRUCTION of the Education 
Building is functional as well as eye-pleasing. 




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THE PILLARS OF MEMORIAL STADIUM are illuminated at 
night and seem to reflect the lights from the Assembly Hall. 



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IHE WELLLIl stainless steel spire on 
lilt' Wesley Foundation Cliurcli is a 
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The University of the Future 



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WHO SAYS the younger generation 
has lost ingenuity? 



A TIME-WORN veteran of the races between 
classes rests its weary wheels. 




SPRING 



STEP ON a crack, you'll break 
your mother's back . . . 




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SPRING? 



THIS FUTURE aeronautical engineer has put 
his training to practical use. 



Spring is a time of awakening. When nature re- 
vives her spirit, students, too, emerge from their 
books eager to participate in activities, outings, and 
sports. The days gradually become longer and one 
day we find ourselves turning the clock ahead. Con- 
vertible tops go down — and then go up again as we 
get our last touches of snow and first signs of show- 
ers. Bicycles, less abundant in winter, again become 
dangerous menaces. Tennis courts once again are 
overcrowded; and local playgrounds entertain stu- 
dents reliving childhood experiences. 

Meanwhile, the size of classes decreases sharply, 
and many of those attending class physically are 
mentally preoccupied with fanciful dreamis of love 
and spring formals. Studies may take a secondary 
position in spring but they, too, revive as students 
awaken to the threat of finals. 



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THE EASTER BUNNY, portrayed by Sandra 
Crow, helps create the Easter spirit by dis- 
tributing goodies from his Easter basket. 



THESE TWO ENTERPRISING students have 
found a novel solution to the problem of 
finding a peaceful place to study. 



THE ADVENT OF SPRING brought these young ladies out of their study 
rooms and onto the playing fie'd for a rousing game of co-rec Softball. 





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THE LONG ARM of the University Fire Department snorkle 
joins in the losing effort to save the Phi Gamma Delta house. 



Spring^ 1964 



PETE ELLIOT, ILLINI FOOTBALL COACH, beams in appre- 
ciation when Linda Brent, Angel Flight commander, presents 
him w/ith the certificate of "Honorary Member of Angel 
Flight." 




FLOWERS ARE PUT on the grave of John Milton Gregory, past University 
president, during the annual spring Founders' Day Ceremony. 



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LOUISE, HERBIE AND ROSE decide to stick it out 
together as they sing "Together Wherever We Are." 



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MARIE STANLEY MAKES behind-the-scene preparations 
for her part as a Hollywood Blonde. 




Spring Musical 



Spring Musical, which traditionally highlights 
Mothers' Day Weekend with four performances, 
provides an excellent opportunity for our campus 
talent to be discovered while at the same time pro- 
viding enjoyable entertainment for students, for 
faculty, and for parents alike. 

"Gypsy" was last year's colorful selection. It por- 
trayed the decline of vaudeville and the rise of bur- 
lesque in the American theater through the story of 
Rose Havock and her two daughters, June and 
Louise. Herbie, their agent, accompanies them 
through their crises and rise to stardom. 

Although the cast included over seventy people, 
the three stars were Julie Eastland as Rose, Judy 
Thimm as Louise (later known as Gypsy Rose Lee) , 
and Steve Shore as Herbie. The two act production 
included all seventeen scenes and twenty musical 
numbers from the original Broadway production. 

The final act of the play utilized a spectacular 
false proscenium and over seven hundred flashing 
lights with the name "Gypsy Rose Lee" above. 

Tryouts for Spring Musical are held at the begin- 
ning of every spring semester by Ned Levy. 




STEVE SHORE, JULIE EASTLAND, and Judy Thimm 
vibrantly perform "Together Wherever We Are." 




BACKSTAGE OF A BURLESQUE house, Louise (Judy 
Thimm) and Rose (Julie Eastland) ponder the necessity 
that Louise perform. 



STRIPPERS JUDY POMIERSKI, DONNA BRADER and 
Sue Zifferin sing "You Gotta Get a Gimmick." 





JUDY THIMM DOES her Gypsy Strip Routine— "Let Me Entertain 
You" — as part of the finale. 



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JUDY WINGET, MAY QUEEN, is crowned as 
her court looks on. 



HONORS' DAY MARKS a highpoint as students 
of outstanding quality are honored for their 
scholarship achievemenrs in the presence of 
their parents. 




"SPRING IS IN THE AIR," and an lllini Mom and 
Dad notice ihe signs blooming on the University 
of Illinois campus during Mom's Day Weekend. 




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Mom's Day Weekend 



Just as Mother's are honored around the United 
States on a special day set aside in their honor, 
so the University of Illinois sets aside one weekend 
in May for this same purpose. 

In order to make the weekend completely enjoy- 
able, the University, in co-operation with various 
campus groups, participates in various events in- 
cluding Shi Ai-Sachem Sing and a University Thea- 
tre production. In addition, houses all over campus 
provide individual events for their Moms. 

A highlight of the weekend is the crowning of 
the May Queen chosen from a group of girls on the 
basis of activities and scholarship. 




Greek Week 



"It's Great to Be Greek" was the theme of last 
spring's annual Greek Week. 

The Greek Week Picnic and llliolympics, held 
in the armory on Saturday afternoon, attracted 
a good crowd. The events of the llliolympics in- 
cluded a pie-eating contest and tug-of-war for 
fraternities and a relay race and obstacle race for 
sororities. The high point of the day was the tra- 
ditional chariot race and the parade. 

Each sorority and fraternity sponsored an Open 
House for the public. The Outstanding Greek Con- 
test and Greek Week Dance climaxed the week. 

College Bowl, an academic contest introduced by 
Greek Week Chairman Ray Ropp and Glenna Mid- 
dleton, proved to be one of the week's most popular 
events. 



THESE BOYS SEEM to be enjoying the 
tug-of-war. It's easy when you're win- 
ning. 

TIME FOR A HANDSHAKE? No, this 
team is determined to win the relay 
race. 




THIS CO-ED IS CAUGHT in one of the 
obstacles of the obstacle race. 



THIS CHARIOT RIDER wants to get a 
good grip in anticipation of a rugged 
ride. 




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REGISTRATION OF HIGH SCHOOL guests and 
their parents marks the beginning of a memorable 
day Ag Student Guest Day. 




HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS ARE welcomed and are 
urged to attend exhibits, tours, discussions, and 
displays at Home Economics Hospitality Day. 



The College of Agriculture Presents . . . 






. . . Ag Student Guest Day for future College of 
Agriculture students at the University of Illinois. 
The day began Saturday morning with registration 
in the lobby of the Auditorium. The morning pro- 
gram featured an address by Dean Warren Wessels, 
a student presentation entitled, "My First Year in 
the College of Agriculture," a skit depicting Uni- 
versity life, a singing quartet, and a campus style 



show which exemplified the typical dress of a col- 
lege student for classes, sports, dates and lounging. 
During the day, tours acquainted high school stu- 
dents, their parents, instructors, and advisors with 
the Agriculture and Home Economics buildings, 
courses, and curriculum opportunities. Visitors also 
were presented information about college admis- 
sions, costs, scholarships, loans, and housing. 



INTERESTING TOURS of the agriculture campus 
buildings and their facilities give visiting students 
an idea of what the Agriculture department has 
to offer. 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BASKETBALL captain, 
Bill Edwards, speaks to the Guest Day visitors 
about his interesting experiences as an lllini. 





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A MECHANICAL ENGINEERING professor demonstrates 
the making of a TV lecture. The monitor shows the lec- 
turer what is being sent out over the system. 



Engineering Open House 



Each spring the Engineering Council sponsors an 
Engineering Open House Weekend, its purpose be- 
ing to acquaint high school students with the op- 
portunities awaiting them in fields of engineering. 
The displays, constructed by U. of I. engineering 
students, usually attract over 15,000 visitors. 

In honor of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of 
engineering, the Engineering Council sells green 
derbies and sponsors St. Pat's Ball. Originally started 
at the University of Illinois, Engineering Open 
Houses have spread to nearly all states. 




THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS and Space Administration (NASA) displays 
this device designed to sample the lunar surface. 



PROFESSOR E. L. BROGHAMER instructs a mechanical enginering student 
in the use of an analog computer to solve a problem in stress analysis. 



ROY ADAMS EXPLAINS the operation of the bubble raft 
to judges and onlookers. 




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CHARLIE, THE DUMMY (Jim Kihl), confronts his manipulator, the Ventrilo- 
quist (To'm Potenza) in Charlie McDeath, an Armory Theatre Production. 



CONCETTA MANGO and Pamela Pecker played nuns in Baptism in the Park, 
an original play by a University of Illinois undergraduate. Kneeling are 
Terry Moore, a policeman, and David Biller, an old man. 



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IN HELL WITH THE FIREBUGS are Babette Biedermann (Sheila Sunquist); 
Gottlieb Biedermann (Stephen Gurner); Firemen Jerry Miller, Charles Berthold, 
Nicholas Payne, David Wilcock, and Charles Koppmeyer; The Devil (Larry 



Maraviglia); Willi Eisenring; Sepp Schmitz (Carl Ernst); and Mrs. Knechtting 
(Barbara Albert). 




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J. KEITH JENSEN catches Firebugs Larry Maraviglia and Willi Eisenring 
in the attic with gasoline cans as Stephen Gurner (Gottlieb Biedermann) 



looks on. Firemen at lower level are: Jerry Miller, Charles Berthold, Nicholas 
Payne, Charles Koppmeyer and David Wilcock. 



University Theatre 



University Theatre offers students interested in 
Speech and Theatre the opportunity to improve 
their talents. Under the supervision of Student Di- 
rector Gretchen Cornwell and of Staff Supervisor 
Joseph W. Scott, the University Theatre Staff pre- 
sents its production in Lincoln Hall Theatre. 

Among the Theatre's productions this year was 
The Firebugs, a satirical comedy written by a con- 
temporary Swiss Playwright, Max Frisch. 

In addition, a division of University Theatre 
known as Armory Theatre is run entirely by under- 
graduates, many of their productions such as Black 
Butterfly by Kenneth Lillquist and Baptism in the 
Park by Larry Maraviglia being original works. 
Another Armory Theatre Production, Charlie Mc- 
Death, was written by a Swedish playwright, Lars 
Forsell, and was first performed in Stockholm City 
Theatre in March, 1962. The Armory Theatre pres- 
entation was the play's second presentation in the 
United States, the first performance having taken 
place at Northern Illinois University. 



ESTHER (SUE KISS) and Elymas Bailes (David Carr) appear 
an original play by University of llinois undergraduates. 



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THE QUEEN SETS THE dancing pace. Isn't it 
nice to have two o'clock nights? 



St. Pat's Ball 



HEATHER KINSEY, St. Pat's Queen, and her 
court reign over the St. Pat's Ball. 




The St. Pat's Ball is held every March close to 
St. Patrick's Day and sponsored by the Engineering 
Council. During the Ball, several of the juniors and 
seniors are knighted and given membership in the 
Knights of St. Patrick, the engineering honorary. 
The St. Pat's Ball Queen is crowned also at this 
time. She is chosen from candidates nominated 
by various branches of Professional Engineering 
Societies. This year Heather Kinsey reigned as 
queen of the St. Pat's Ball festivities. 



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THE ILLINI UNION TAVERN is a popular spot for 
both studying and study breaks. 




Illini Union 



One of the best student Unions in the country, 
the Illini Union offers many and varied facilities to 
the students of the University. The recent addition 
to the Union provided two floors of guest rooms for 
use by visitors to the University, room for the of- 
fices of the larger student activities, and the spa- 



cious lounges that are greatly appreciated by stu- 
dents with gaps in their class schedules. Individuals 
interested in making inexpensive additions to their 
personal libraries appreciate the service offered to 
them by the paperback book center, also a part of 
the remodeling. 



DAVID EGLER, grcduate student in history, browses 
in the Illini Union's new paperback book store. 



THE ILLINI UNION'S MODERN bowling lanes provide 
welcome recreation for University of Illinois students. 



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ADLAI STEVENSON served as guest 
speaker af Honors' Day. 



Honors' Day 






LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS are important 
when you are in the spotlight. 




Honors' Day is held every year in the spring. It is 
a day of recognition for students receiving high 
scholastic averages. This spring the event was held 
in the Assembly Hall, with Adiai Stevenson as the 
guest speaker. University honors and class honors 
are announced at this time. Bronze Tablet and Phi 
Beta Kappa are among those represented. To be a 
part of this impressive ceremony is one of the high- 
est honors of the University. 



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STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT and soft lights pro- 
vided the setting for NJte Lites. 




Spring Activities 



UNIVERSITY THEATRE presented Julius Caesar 

as one of its major productions. 



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BECAUSE IT combined warm spring evenings with the bustle and excitement of 
a carnival, lllioskee weekend was thoroughly enjoyed by all who participated. 



THE STRANGE WORLD at the top of a ferris wheel is viewed with wonder 
through the eyes of six-year-old Danny Jacques. 





EVEN THE MOST sophisticated coed can splash around 
in a mud puddle and still have fun. 



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lllioskee Weekend, sponsored by the lllini Union 
Activities Board, highlights each spring semester 
with its numerous opportunities for the expression 
of excess energy. The light spirit characteristic of 
the carnival transforms the campus into a center 
of excitement, allowing students and townspeople 
to "laugh their troubles away." 

The weekends' traditional events include a tri- 
cycle race, the Most Eligible Bachelor on Campus 
(MEBOC) Contest and the effigy burning of Old 
Man Winter. The rides and booths, however, gen- 
erally attract the largest crowds. The carnival of- 
fered rides such as the whirling rotor for the active 
and the merry-go-round for the less adventurous. 
Booths, sponsored by both campus organizations 
and housing groups, permit students to demon- 
strate their hidden talents, such as pitching pen- 
nies. 



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WHEN THE DAYS GROW balmy and the 
chemistry lectures get dull, students' eyes 
turn away from the blackboard . . . 




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counter the fragrant, fragile blossoms of 
spring, while their minds dwell in idle fancy 
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an outing at Crystal 
Lake park or . . . 



... a peaceful bicycle ride 
along a country road. 





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MARY BRUNBERG and Linda Robbins seem overioyed 
that Merc Week comes only once a year. 



Merc Week 



THIS GIRL TAKES a hint from the Beatles as she and 
her date "shake it on out" at an informal. 




JOLLY GOOD FUN prevailed at this 
lllini Woods hootenanny. 




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THE LIBRARY IS a quiet place to study, and much 
more enjoyable when on a study date. 



Finals 



Distinctly I remember haunting fear, 
Which seizes me but twice in every year. 
A panic grasps me tightly, giving chills. 
And so I simply down a few more pills. 

My eyes the pages quickly scan and skim. 
While facts within my head all seem to swim. 
Just when I feel I'm in a hopeless pinch. 
The boy next to me cries that it's a cinch! 

Within three hours the burning questions cease. 
And now my churning mind returns to peace. 
Until my conscience and tomorrow's test. 
Demand I start anew my "knowledge quest." 




THESE ARE THE best years 
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FROM THE LOOKS of things, finals are never can- 
celled because of heat waves! 








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THOUSANDS OF VISITORS come to the cam- 
pus of the University of Illinois to attend the 
June commencement ceremony. 



Commencement 



AT LAST! The long years of study have 
finally paid off and soon these graduates will 
hold the coveted diploma. 




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ONE OF THE LARGEST commencement gatherings in 
the history of the University watches 3,304 graduates 
receive their degrees. 



For the second University of Illinois Commence- 
ment in the Assembly Hall, 14,222 friends and rel- 
atives gathered to watch the graduates receive de- 
grees from the eleven colleges. Over one-fourth of 
the degrees granted this year were for advanced 
work — 2,350 were undergraduate and 954 were 
graduate, for a total of 3,304 degrees. The prin- 
cipal speaker was Dr. W. Albert Noyes Jr., the Uni- 
versity of Texas chemist for whose father Noyes 
Laboratory was named. The graduates also received 
parting words from Governor Kerner who sent a 
message, University President David Dodds Henry, 
and Alumni Representative, Roger Rogue. 



Included among the special presentations made 
at the Commencement exercises were three hon- 
orary degrees, granted to Ludwig Mies van der 
Rohe, retired director of the Architecture School 
at Illinois Institute of Technology; Miss Marian 
Anderson; and Dr. W. Albert Noyes, Jr., the Com- 
mencement speaker. Three I Mini Achievement 
Awards were also presented at Commencement. 
The eighth group of alumni to be so honored by the 
Alumni Association included Stewart D. Owen, 
managing editor of the Chicago Tribune; Mark 
Van Doren, noted author and teacher; and Leslie 
B. Worthington, president of the United States 
Steel Corporation. 



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BICYCLE RIDING IS one "'ly of enjoying Indian Summer Days, 
but it's no tun staying on the bicycle paths! 



Once registration troubles are over, the begin- 
ning of the Fall semester can be one of the most 
exciting times of the year. Everybody seems extra 
anxious to see old friends again and all are eager to 
make new ones. Exchanges, football games, parties, 
dances, picnics, bike riding, and Stunt Show prac- 
tices are just a few ways that the leisurely days of 
early Fall can be spent. 

Despite all this extra-curricular activity, one can 
never quite forget that the carefree days of summer 
are over and classes have begun for another year. 
Walking into class the first day, students often find 
that they are already a week behind in their read- 
ings and that the first hourly is only three weeks 
away. This announcement, added to the fact that 
the bookstores are all out of the right textbooks, 
could make almost any student retreat to Lake of 
the Woods or Kam's, as the case may be. On the 
other hand, some students are eager to get back to 
their books after summer. The results of that first 
set of exams are usually enough to set the more 
apathetic students in motion. 



Fall 



AS THE WEATHER GETS colder this courtyard, enclosed by the 
Commerce and Architecture Buildings, is not frequented by after- 
class idlers. 




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ALL MODES OF TRANSPORTATION at the U. of I. pass 
by Halfway House, formerly a stielter for streetcar riders. 



SPECTATORS AT THE HOMECOMING Parade look on approvingly as Pat Demelrulias, Air Force 
Sponsor, and Suzanne WiHiams, Commander of Angel Flight, pass before them. 



NIGHT LIGHTS ON THE QUADRANGLE are reflected 
by the wet sidewalks. 




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THE STUDENTS IN CHARGE of the Modsl United 
Nations booth are giving information to encourage 
and interest students to petition NOW. 



Activity Day 



Activity Day, a part of the I Mini Union activ- 
ities, is held each fall in the Union's ball room. 
At that time, interesting displays and information 
booths are set up by each club and organization of 
the University. Representatives from these groups 
are available to give information and answer any 
questions the students might have. The students 
may sign up to petition for membership in any act- 
ivity that interests them. University activities can 
provide training, experience, and enjoyment. 



SOME STUDENTS FOR WPGU, the student od- 
erated radio station, are ready to assist in 
answering any questions. 



ANYONE FOR KARATE? Activity Day gives the student 
a chance to sign up for any activity that might be 
of interest to them. 



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THE ROGER WAGNER CHORALE was the second 
in the Star Course series, appearing on cannpus 
October 21. 



Star Course 1964-65 




ROGER WILLIAMS again impressed the campus 
with his musical talent. 



FOLKSINGER HARRY BELEFONTE was one of the 
most popular of this year's performing artists. 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS students swung out when entertained 
by popular jazz artist Stan Getz. 






EVERYONE STANDS REVERENTLY as Chief llliniwek traditiona'ly 
leads the crowd in "Hail to the Orange." 



Homecoming 1964 



THESE HORNS, SOLD for the first time at Homecoming 
aroused complaints from all sides. 




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NELSON RIDDLE PROVIDES the music for this year's 
Homecoming Dance, "Happiness Is." 



THE YOUNGER SET ARE more interested in the excitement 
and festivities rhan in the game. 




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THESE VOTING BOOTHS, located in strategic spots 
on campus, enabled students to choose their fa- 
vorite candidate for Homecoming Queen. 



This year's spirited Homecoming, with its theme 
of "Happiness is. . .", drew thousands of alums back 
to their alma mater on October 9. The tradition- 
al activities included the football game, the all- 
campus dance, the house decorations, the Home- 
coming parade, and the stunt shows. 

The Friday and Saturday night festivities were 
highlighted by the Homecoming dances held at Huff 
Gym and the lllini Union. Hundreds of U. of I. stu- 
dents enjoyed the music of big-band leader Nelson 
Riddle, a special treat for Homecoming visitors. 

Both the Greek stunt shows and the house decor- 
ations cleverly carried out the Homecoming theme. 
Especially memorable were the opening number and 
shag line of the Stunt Show. 

A fairly recent addition to the Homecoming cel- 
ebration was the highly entertaining parade. Many 
campus groups and organized houses entered floats, 
which were then judged and awarded trophies. 

FIGHTING ILLINI Fred Custardo signs a ball 
for ioyal Homecoming fans. 




THE MARCHING ILLINI and Chief 

«ek make a traditional salute to the Uni 

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SHERWOOD LODGE welcomes alums with this clever 
use of an old cliche. 



THIS UNUSUAL VARIATION on the "Happi- 
ness IS . . ." theme created interest for 
male U. of I. students. 




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PHI KAPPA PSI greets Homecoming visitors 
with a hungry animated lllini. 



PRETTY U. OF I. CO-EDS adorn one of the floats 
in the Homecoming Parade 




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THE HOMECOMING COURT— Kay Rigor, Cheryl Smith, Barbara Stokes, 
Susie Schick, Cynthia Curtiss, Pat Barylske, Diane Sudeikis, Kay Olson, and 
Joan Tate — admire the silver tea set presented to Mary Ann by the Alumni 
Association. 



QUEEN MARY ANN KELLY 



Homecoming 



The 1 964 Homecoming festivities were highlight- 
ed by the reign of Miss Mary Ann Kelly of Prince- 
ville, Illinois, as Homecoming queen. Mary Ann was 
crowned at the pep rally of the Homecoming week, 
starting the celebration off in the true theme of 
"Happiness is, , .," which marked this year's ac- 
tivities, Mary Ann is a junior in medical tech- 
nology and is a member of Chi Omega sorority. 

Queen Mary Ann and her court were presented to 
the football audience during halftime of the Home- 
coming game. They were escorted onto the field by 
members of the ROTC and introduced to the crowd. 
Each of the young ladies wore a cape representing 
the colors of the Big Ten school she represented. 



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RANDA NUSBAUM PORTRAYED MOONBEAM McSwine 
in Alpha Omicron Pi's and Acacia's first place Stunt 
Show production of "Dogpatch, U.S.A." 



IT'S SIESTA TIME 
in Dogpatch! 



Stunt Show 



"SIGMA ALPHA EPSILONS MAKE SUCH cute bunnies/ 
attest the co-eds of Delta Gamma. 




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THESE DANCERS FROM Sigma Nu and Gamma Phi 
Beta show that coilege students can master the art 
of modern dance. 



SECOND PLACE HONORS went to Chi Omega and 
Alpha Kappa Lambda for their production of "A 
Loose Moose." 





". . . THE RIGHT FRAME OF MIND" is vividly 
expressed by these Pi Beta Phi harem dancers 
in their co-production with Beta Thefa Pi. 



One of the highlights of the Homecoming week- 
end was the annual Stunt Show. Fraternities and 
sororities paired early in the spring and began work 
on their individual shows. Tryouts were held in 
September and eight shows were chosen for the 
finals. Talented students m each house carried out 
the "Happiness is . . ." theme in skits ranging from 
James Bond to the Wizard of Oz. The opening 
number featured clever spoofs of old-time silent 
movies. Dancers raced and jiggled across the stage 
to the accompaniment of old nickelodeon tunes, as 
flickering background lights set the mood. Enter- 
taining the audience between shows was the popu- 
lar shag line. In the judging which took place, 
Alpha Omicron Pi and Acacia's Dogpatch skit took 
first place honors. Second place was won by Chi 
Omega and Alpha Kappa Lambda with Loose Moose, 
and third place was won by Delta Gamma and Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon with a comic Noah's Ark presenta- 
tion. 



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CHIEF ILLINIWEK WEAVES his way ilirou9h the m 
ing band as he prepares to do his famous "War Dance.' 



THE DOLPHIN SHOW PRESENTS their interpretation 
of ancient Egypt. 



Dad's Day 



KING DAD IS CROWNED by Chief llliniwek as 
his daughter proudly looks on. 




THE BLOCK "1" EXHIBITS its colorful display 
of cards in honor of the "Dad's." 






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THE BAND IS GIVING a special Dad's Day entertainment 
as the Dads, many of them Illinois alums, recall their 
college days. 



As part of the tradition of the University of Illi- 
nois, each year one weekend in November is set 
aside to honor the Dads of the I Mini. This year, as is 
usual, a great weekend was planned. It all started on 
Friday night with a parade to the stadium followed 
by a pep rally. Saturday afternoon, of course, was 
reserved for the Dad's Day football game in which 



the I Mini faced UCLA in a decisive victory, and Sat- 
urday night was filled with much excitement as the 
campus presented various major events such as the 
Dolphin Show and Dad's Day Review. The highlight 
of the weekend consisted of the crowning of King 
Dad, Mr. Thomas Adamson, who represented all the 
Dads of the present I Mini. 



MANY PLAYS SUCH AS this helped Illinois 
smash UCLA that day. 



SEVERAL DADS AND THEIR daughters enjoyed 
events together which will, in the future, bring 
back many memories. 





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Dolphin Show 



THE NEWLY CROWNED Dolphin Queen poses with her court. The first run- 
ner-up was Connie Mathews and the second runner-up was Suzanne Beicher. 



SANDY STACY PROUDLY displays her Dolphin queen Irophy 
and bouquet of roses. 




Another major Homecoming event was the Dol- 
phin Show. This years theme was "Dolphin Goes 
to Sea." The songs, costumes, and swimming de- 
picted a tour of the many large cities of the world. 
As a part of the show, two men just out of school 
had gone to a travel agency. While they were there 
these scenes were presented to them. The whole 
show is sponsored entirely by the Dolphin Club. 

Another part of the show is the crowning of the 
1964 Dolphin queen. From six shows two girls are 
chosen to be semi-finalists. The final show consists 
cf these twelve, from which a queen and two run- 
ner-ups are chosen by judges. Miss Sandy Stacy 
reigned as this years queen. She is a junior in LAS 
from Glen Ellyn, Illinois. 



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THE CROWD LOOKS on as Catherine Crawford is 
crowned Sno-Ball Queen at the Sno-Ball Dance, the winter 
formal sponsored by MIA-WISA. 



CAROL KURZEYA, major chairman of the Sno-Ball Dance, 
crowns Catherine Crawford queen. 






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Each year the MIA-WISA winter formal sponsors 
the selection of a queen to reign over the festivities. 
All the girls were required to be interviewed in the 
preliminary stages of the contest in which poise, 
charm, personality, and appearance were the prime 
factors. Final judging was left up to the guests who 
attended the dance. 




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THE MARCHING ILLINI open the football season 
with an encouraging "Fight." 



THE MARCHING BAND form their traditional Block "I" for a full house 
at our Homecoming Game against Ohio State University. 



THE MARCHING ILLINI symbolize Illinois 
as the "heart of agriculture." 











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The Marching lllini 



Known from coast to coast for superb marching 
and playing, the Marching lllini, under the direction 
of Everett Kisinger, thrill football enthusiasts and 
music lovers with performances at the Illinois home 
gridiron games. 

Pre-game entertainment includes the formation 
of the traditional Block "I" plus the singing of "Illi- 
nois Loyalty." Half-time brings more intricate 
marching and formations, one of which is the unique 
marching "lllini." The band also plays a semiclassi- 
cal or a classical number for a change of pace. A ca- 
pella singing of "Pride of the lllini" and "Hail to the 
Orange" by the band members and the traditional 
war dance by chief llliniwek add the final tradi- 
tional touch to every home game. 



THE MARCHING ILLINI participate in the ceremony dedicating the foot- 
ball field in Memorial Stadium to Robert C. Zuppke, former lllini Foot- 
ball Coach. 





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AS PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS near, the Marching lllini 
encourage all those eligible to vote. 




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THE MODERN ARCHITECTURE of the campus 
buildings contrasts sharply with the 
surrounding factories. 



Chicago Circle Campus 



The Chicago Circle campus, which opened in Feb- 
ruary, is to be completed from 1965-67 with ap- 
proximately $36,000,000 in state appropriations. 
The Chicago Circle Campus is part of the Master 
Plan proposed by the Illinois Board of Higher Edu- 
cation to expand higher education facilities in the 



major population centers. No residential facilities 
are included on the Chicago campus. A budget sum- 
mary pointed out that classroom buildings are less 
expensive to build than residential facilities and 
that it is less costly for students to attend such 
commutor-type institutions. 



IT TAKES QUITE A FEW campus guides to get 
everyone in the right classes the first day. 



LIKE THE CHAMPAIGN CAMPUS, the Chicago Circle has 
its crowded "people walks." 





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THE OBSTACLE RACE sometimes calls for 
some fancy and strenuous tartics. 



Greek Week 



"SMILE FELLAS! You 
may win." 



THE ENTRIES OF the chariot race are 
proudly presented. 





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THE SECOND PLACE prize was 
a large live duck! 



THESE TWO CONTESTANTS were happy with 
their third place chicken. 



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With the Thanksgiving season comes the fun and 
the excitement of the annual Turkey Run. The event 
begins as men's housing units pair with women's 
housing units. They then prepare their vehicles and 
choose the members to represent their houses. The 
race is a contest of speed from one end of the quad 
to the other with a turkey being awarded to the win- 
ner. This year Alpha Delta Pi, represented by Mary 
Leu Fisher and Marcia Mayes, and Theta Xi, repre- 
sented by Les Wrobel and Dick Maxwell, were the 
winners of this event which is sponsored by the In- 
tramural Department. 



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THE ALMA MATER statue, long-lime senti- 
mental 'iymbol of tha University of Illinois, 
welcomes the ice and snow of winter. 



COULD THIS BE a project for 
Snow Sculpture 101? 



Winter 



Students, beware snowballs from behind closed 
fraternity doors, drifted snow outside your third 
floor window, and snow-tired bicycles! Winter is 
here and soon come first semester examinations. 



Plans for the annual Christmas formals and New 
Year festivities are under way and holiday shopping 
is sandwiched in between classes. Despite all this, 
winter is an exciting and fun-filled time. 



AN ILLINI FILLS a shopping bag with snow — 
probable ammunition for a surprise attack 
on the unsuspecting people inside. 




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THE WINTER snows cover the campus 
with a white blanket. 



AS CHIVALRY subsicJes, 
snowballs fly. 



WINTER TRANSFORMS the campus 
into a "wonderland." 




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THE ASSEMBLY HALL floor was transformed 
into an ice rink for the Ice Capades perform- 
ance in February. 



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Once football games are over and snow begins to 
fall, indoor entertainment becomes a necessity to 
break the study routine. The University of Illinois 
certainly does its share of providing campus enter- 



tainment, for scarcely a winter week passes without 
an Assembly Hall production. This year's outstand- 
ing events included Miss Patti Page, the Ice Ca- 
pades, and Guy Lombardo. 



GUY LOMBARDO APPEARED as another 
Star Course Extra. 



MISS PATTI PAGE sang some of her old favorites 
on Dad's Day Weekend. 




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EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY night, the 
mini Union sponsors a record dance in the 
Tavern. 



THE ILLINI UNION COPACABANA Club dance 
gave students a chance to dress up and dance 
like Latin Americans. 





THE STUDENT BODY HAS produced many fine 
combos which enjoy much popularity at \ari0u3 
social functions on campus. 



AL LEMAN, CAROL GEPPINGER, and 
John Peterson "clown it up" at the 
Alpha Gamma Rho winter formal. 




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THE FAIR'S CONTINENTAL CAFE featured 
sweets from all over the world. 



A BELGIAN FOLKSINGER adds to the almosphere 
of the cafe. 



International Fair 



Each year the weekend before the international 
Fair, Copacabana, a Latin American night club, is 
held in the Union. Practically all Latin American 
countries are represented with songs and dances, 
while palm trees add to the atmosphere. 

The following week the Union is converted into 



a miniature World's Fair with international music 
in the air. The Fair includes exhibits, entertainment, 
rituals, an import bazaar, a sweet shop, and a melt- 
ing pot of American folksinging. International Fair's 
purpose is to promote understanding among the var- 
ious countries of the world. 



THIS THAI DANCE was only one of the forms 
of entertainment supplied by twenty-five dif- 
ferent countries. 




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THE LITHUANIANS PREFER colorful attire, as shown in 
ihe Lithuanian costumes of this dance. 




SETTING UP EXHIBITS is a time-consuming i :i F!,, year 
over forty countries exhibited their wares. 



SPECTATORS STOP TO MARVEL at the 
Arab Exhibit. 



THIS YOUNG LADY is demonstrating the ritual of 
the Japanese Tea Ceremony. 





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THE TRADITIONAL ILLINI UNION Christmas 
tree proclaims the Christmas spirit of all llllni. 



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THE lUSA TRiMA-LIMB Christmas Party means 
happiness for many children from local or- 
phanages who attend. 




HAPPINESS FOR THIS ORPHAN is a new truck 
and a new friend. 



Streets decorated with colored lights and lamp- 
posts trimmed with fragrant evergreen and red 
ribbon mark the approaching Christmas season at 
the University of Illinois campus. Each year the 
lllini Union helps the campus take on a festive air 
by holding a trim-a-limb party for young and old 
alike. Anyone who wishes to help in trimming the 
huge tree at the union is welcome, but small chil- 
dren are especially invited to attend the Christ- 
mas party. 



THIS YOUNGSTER IS TAKING full advantage 
of the opportunity to fill his plate. 




Trim-a-Limb Party 



SANTA GLAUS DISPENSES traditional Christmas cheer 
at his admirers. 




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FOR SOME, vacation is peace and relaxation 
at home; for others, it is a fun-filled trip. 



Students Greet Vacation 



FLORIDA IS a pleasant change from Illinois 
snow for these co-eds. 




AFTER THAT LAST ROUND of hour exams, 
the trip home is a pleasant one. 




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ROGER EBERT ATTRACTS quite a crowd as he leads a demon- 
stration supporting the position of the student body at UCLA. 



GOVERNOR KERNER AND MAYOR DALY look on as a ribbon 
dedicating the new University of Illinois at Congress Circle 

rampirs is cut 




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MANY STUDENTS find part time employment 
in the Campustown bookstores. 




THE UNIVERSITY EMPLOYS students to assist 
with research projects. 



A PART-TIME JOB in a campus clothing store 
is enjoyable as well as financially beneficial. 




Student Employment 



A college education involves quite an expense 
as any student can testify, and part tinne jobs are 
the answer to many students' financial problems. 
In order to help with this problem, the University 
of Illinois offers the Student Employment Office 
which aids the student in obtaining jobs. 

Although the three most available types of jobs 
are food service, laboratory, and clerical work, other 
kinds of employment — some unusual — are found 
by the student. Not all students are so fortunate 
however, and the majority go through the familiar 
routines of waiters, librarians, lab assistants, store 
clerks. For ag students, work on research farms is 
available to earn needed cash. 



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MANY OF THE couples living in the married 
students housing are both students and par- 
ents of one or two children. 



IN GROUP HOUSING such as this, there are always 
plenty of children to play with. 



Married Students 



Since many students here at the University are 
married, several married housing facilities which 
are quite comfortable have been made available for 
them. Recently many of the Stadium Terrace homes 
have been torn down, and the families are now 



A HOUSEWIFE BUSILY cccjpiec herself with 
her household tasks. 




moving to the Orchard Downs apartments which 
have a higher rent. In order to relieve part of the 
■financial burden caused by attending school and 
raising a family, one or both parents often find it 
necessary to work part or full time. 



MANY OF THE families have decorated their houses to 
give them quite a "homey" otmosphere. 




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THE RACE SEEMS CLOSE as several men 
head for the finish line. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS' excellent fa- 
cilities make it possible for all wheelchair 
students to get around on campus. 



Rehabilitation 



The University of Illinois Division of Rehabilita- 
tion Education Service and Delta Sigma Omicron, 
rehabilitation service fraternity, offer opportunities 
to the disabled individual on campus. 

Specially equipped buses are used on the campus 
and some modifications have been made to build- 
ings in the forms of ramps. All the disabled students 



compete on an equal basis with their classmates. 
Many of them are sorority or fraternity members. 
Over half of the students maintain a 4.0 average or 
above, and many are in extracurricular activities. 

A new center for all disabled students, located 
near the power plant, is nearing completion. This 
center will allow the program to expand. 



WHEELCHAIR FOOTBALL is a popular sport 
with the Gizz Kids. 




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MANY OF THE Gizz Kids participated in the Wheel- 
chair Olympics held in Tokyo, winning outstanding 
gold and silver n:iedals. 



YOU WILL FIND these students doing their part in many 
of the activities on campus. 



TWO ILLINOIS REPRESENTATIVES prepare to don 

their swords in fencing competition. 




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THE NINE HUNDRED ACRE University of lllinois- 
Willard Airport has mile-long runways. 



The Institute of Aviation 



The responsibility of the Institute of Aviation is 
to promote and correlate activities related to avia- 
tion through the University. Primary concerns of 
the Institute are instruction, management of the 
University of Illinois Willard Airport, and also re- 
search in aeronautics. 

In keeping with the rules of the Federal Avia- 
tion Agency (F.A.A.), the Institute is authorized 
to teach courses in ground flight, aircraft main- 
tenance, and aviation electronics. These courses, 
given by the University Airport, are supervised by 
an F.A.A. designated Pilot Examiner. 

The courses in aircraft maintenance and aviation 
electronics are arranged in two-year curricula, as 
are flight and general education sequences offered 
in preparation for piloting. 

The Director of the Institute of Aviation of- 
ficiates as manager of the Airport, which is named 
for ex-University President Willard. 



LESLIE A. BRYAN directs the activities of the 
Institute of Aviation. 




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LABORATORY ANALYSIS IS an important part of the training program 
for all home economics students speciaMzing in foods and nutrition. 



AS PART OF the international program, these administrators and 
specialists from several countries study learning 
and group relations in a special seminar. 



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The College of Agriculture has long been recog- 
nized for its outstanding integrated teaching, re- 
search, and extension programs. In recent years, the 
College has also assumed a leading role in agricul- 
tural development on an international scale. 

Students in agriculture and home economics are 
offered a broad educational program. In addition to 
their specialized studies, they receive a good foun- 
dation in the basic sciences as well as work in the 
humanities. Students in home economics can train 
for careers in foods and nutrition, hospital dietetics, 
child development and family relations, institution 
management, textiles and clothing, and home fur- 
nishings. Those in agriculture may choose their 
major fields of study from agricultural curricula in 
economics, engineering, industries, and science, or 
frcm programs in agronomy, animal science, com- 
munications, dairy science, horticulture, forestry, 
food science, and plant pathology. 



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THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH of 
studied by students in forestry. 



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SPECIAL TOURS OFFER many learning opportunities 
outside of the classroom. 



DEAN LOUIS B. HOWARD, Dean of the College of Agriculture, also serves as 
director of the Agriculture Experiment Station and the Extension Service 
in agriculture and home economics. 



Agriculture 



The Agricultural Experiment Station maintains 
about three hundred fifty research projects, and the 
Extension Service conducts a continuous educa- 
tional program to both the rural and urban people 
in every Illinois county. Many students have an op- 
portunity to participate in this research and exten- 
sion work through summer jobs and part-time work. 
More than twenty student clubs and activity groups 
in agriculture and home economics provide added 
opportunities for technical experience. 

In its international program, the College provides 
training and experience for over four hundred for- 
eign experts and students at the campus in Urbana, 
and approximately ten staff members serve in spe- 
cial advisory work in other countries. In a major 
phase of the program, the College is assisting in the 
development of new agricultural universities in 
India and Sierra Leone, modeled on the basis of our 
own land-grant college system. 




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THE NEW EDUCA-rlON BUILDING was construcred to 
meet the demand for additional facilities for the Col- 
lege of Education. 



DEAN R. N. EVANS is the Dean of 
the College of Education. 




College of Education 



The College of Education not only provides stu- 
dents with the background in elementary education, 
industrial arts education, home economics educa- 
tion, and education for exceptional children, men- 
tally handicapped, deaf, and hard of hearing, but it 
also operates numerous research and educational 
services. The Bureau of Educational Research con- 
ducts studies in educational sociology, educational 
psychology, tests and measurements, guidances, and 
school administration. The Council on Teacher Edu- 
cation is responsible for student teaching and place- 
ment. The Institute for Research on Exceptional 
Children is the world's first institute for research 
on the education of both handicapped and gifted 
children. The College utilizes University High 
School as a laboratory. 

In response to the increasing enrollment in our 
country's schools, more and more young women and 
men are preparing themselves for teaching careers. 
The University of Illinois has met this additional 
need with a new education building and fine staff. 



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ONE OF THE FIRST lessons that a future chemistry 
instructor must learn is how to bend glass tubing. 



VALUABLE EXPERIENCE IS gained when a commu- 
nicable bond is achieved between child and teacher. 



EXPENSIVE TELEVISON CAMERAS and monitors are 
a necessary part of the College's television and 
teaching program. 





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THIS YEAR, AS A PART of their actual training in data processing, 
a computer laboratory is available for the student's use. 



College of Commerce and Business Administration 



DR. PAUL GREEN is the Dean of the College of Commerce 
ar.d Business Administration. 




The College of Commerce and Business Adminis- 
tration strives to develop within its students the 
abilities which are necessary for responsible po- 
sitions in business and government. The factual 
contents of many of the courses are directly use- 
ful in specific careers such as acounting, bank- 
ing, selling, and teaching. 

Students must mset requirements in mathema- 
tics, science, literature, rhetoric, and social sciences 
as well as specialize in one of the fields of con- 
centration offered by this college. Instruction is 
organized into six departments: Business Edu- 
cation, Economics, Marketing, Finance, Accountan- 
cy and Industrial Administration. The Bureaus of 
Business Management and of Economics and Busi- 
ness Research operate, respectively, as the service 
and research divisions of the college. 



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YES, THERE ARE women in 
engineering too! 



CRYSTAL FURNACES ARE used by 
engineering students. 



The College of Engineering 



AN ANALOG COMPUTER, used by Eleclrical Engineering students, 

teaches them computer fundamentals. 



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THE OPPORTUNITY IS there for students to test their 
equipment in the Self Demonstration Laboratory. 



WILLIAM EVERITT SERVES as the Dean 
of the College of Engineering. 




The College of Engineering 



In the College of Engineering, students are en- 
couraged to criticize the teaching methods used by 
the faculty. The College feels that in this way 
their students will develop a more receptive atti- 
tude toward their teaching. To encourage the stu- 
dents to voice their opinions, the College of Engi- 
neering has two student managed organizations, an 
ILLINOIS TECHNOGRAPH and an Engineering 
Council. 

The TECHNOGRAPH is written of, by, and for 
the students in engineering. It is sent to students 
free of charge, and to faculty members that cub- 
scribe to it. Their articles and letters to the editor 
have become a forum for current issues and for the 
exchange of ideas on technical subjects. 

The Engineering Council serves as the governing 
body for the twenty-one student professional soci- 
eties and twelve honor societies. It has served in 
the revision of the Honors Program, the advisory 
system, and teaching by the senior faculty. 



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LINDA BRUBAKER, eighth grader and member of ihe 
Junior Engineering and Technical Society (JETS), proudly 
demonstrates her project in aerodynamics. 



VISITORS TO THE Engineering Open House can be seen 
viewing a portion of the wave machine which is used 
to demonstrate fluid dynamics. 



Institute of Government and Public Affairs 



The Institute of Government and Public Affairs 
is one of the University's main research and service 
organizations which thoroughly investigates the 
problems concerning the local, the state, and the na- 
tional governments. After analyzing these problems, 
the Institute makes its findings available. 

As a part of the Institute's program, a Public Af- 
fairs Assembly is held annually at Allerton Park to 



THE PARTICIPANTS In the 1964 Assembly discuss political representation. 
They are: Professor Reed Smith, Bradley University; Professor Twiley W. 
Barker, Jr., Navy Pier; Representative Bernard M. Peskin, Northbroak; Dr. 



discuss the major issues facing the state. The As- 
sembly is a forum to which some thirty to fifty 
leaders in Illinois government, professions, busi- 
nesses, politics, education, civic life, and labor are 
invited because of their special knowledge of and 
involvement with the topic. 

The 1964 Assembly was concerned with political 
representation in the state's legislative bodies. 



E. E. Dale, State Representative, Champaign; and Mr. James AAurphy, Legisla- 
tive Staff Intern. 




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THE MANY CONFERENCES and seminars are held 
at Allerton House. 



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The Division of University Extension 



The Division of University Extension provides 
a well-equipped staff on the Urbana campus of the 
University of Illinois. With five regional repre- 
sentatives to guide and to assist the individuals 
and organizations, they may well take advantage of 
the many opportunities offered them. Over seven 
hundred of the University's academic departments 



assist the Division's faculty in its program of edu- 
cation throughout the state of Illinois. 

Each year, the Music's Extension department of 
the Division sponsors their annual Illinois All-State 
Music Activity and the Illinois Summer Youth 
Music Camp which attract many avid lovers of 
music from all over the state. 



HIGH SCHOOL ART students, attending a summer se:n"n3r, draw in the 
Garden of the Fu Dogs at Allerton Park. 



STANLEY C. ROBINSON IS the Dean of the 
Divisio.T of University Extension. 





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The Jane Addams Graduate School of Social 
Work of the University of Illinois was accredited as 
a two-year professional curriculum in 1946. Su- 
pervised in Urbana, the School also has a branch in 
Chicago. An identical program of academic studies 
and field work practice is carried on in each loca- 
tion of the social work college. 

Along with access to the full facilities of the 
University, the Jane Addams School has special re- 
sources for research in the University Library and 
a collection of materials for its use. The Chicago 
branch offers the stimulation of the city itself, a 
laboratory in which the student can discern every 
social problem together with the experiments to- 
ward solving it. 

In addition to its graduate program, the School 
of Social Work offers an undergraduate curriculum, 
extension courses in Chicago and throughout Illi- 
nois, and summer institutes at the Allertcn House. 
The School further contributes to social welfare of 
Illinois through research and special training. 



School of Social Work 




DR. MARK P. HALE serves as director of the Jane Addams 
Graduate School of Social Work. 



THE JANE ADDAMS GRADUATE SCHOOL of Social Work will occupy one 
floor of this modern skyscraper or. the Chicago Congress Circle campus. 



For the agency staff members, consultation to 
agencies, participation en boards and planning 
bodies, and other services appropriate to a tax-sup- 
ported state institution are administered. 

Because of the influential involvement of the 
social worker with the client, social work educa- 
tion is highly individual. Each student receives a 
great deal of personal supervision, especially in the 
tutor-pupil relationship of field work. 

Field work is offered concurrently with class- 
work. The students are usually placed in two dis- 
tinctly different types of agencies during the two 
years of graduate study: one where social service 
is the primary function, such as a child welfare 
agency, and the other where social work is adja- 
cent to other services, such as in a psychiatric hos- 
pital. The Chicago students are placed in Chicago 
area settings. Urbana students may be placed in a 
number of communities outside the Champaign- 
Urbana area and their transportation costs are 
taken care of by the School. 



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THE FAMOUS WALDEN String Quartet practices 
before another performance. 



ONE OF THE more relaxing spots in the Fine Arts Museum is th? lo-jnge 
where nature's floral arrangements blend under the sun roof. 



DEAN ALLEN S. WELLER co-ordinates the College 
of Fine and Applied Arts. 




College of Fine and Applied 
Arts 



In the College of Fine and Applied Arts profes- 
sional programs are offered in Architecture, Art 
and Music, Urban Planning, and Landscape Archi- 
tecture. Many courses of the fine and applied art 
in civilization are offered for students majoring in 
other fields. Over two thousand undergraduate and 
graduate students are enrolled in these major pro- 
grams with a professional staff of over two hun- 
dred instructing them. The College also has four 
non-professional divisions — the Small Homes Coun- 
cil, the Bureau of Community Planning, the Uni- 
versity Bands, and the Krannert Art Museum. A 
continuous program of exhibitions, concerts, and 
other events makes many aspects of these courj:es, 
both old and new, available to the total University 
community. 

Every other year, the College takes part in the 
Festival of Contemporary Arts, which was held for 
the twelfth time in March, 1965. Demonstrations, 
concerts, lectures, exhibitions, and conferences 
that occur in the various areas of the College at this 
time make this one of the best opportunities in the 
country to come in close contact with the many 
major creative aspects of our times. 



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ART BALANCE and co-ordination are studied from a 
theoretical view point through the use of visual aids. 



THIS VISITOR TO the art gallery views various sights 
of the world. 





THE COLLEGE HAS planned various programs to encourage 
children's interest in art beauiy. 



FINGER PAINTING AND grade school are left far behind as art majors dive 
into the peculiarities of color and design. 



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ADVERTISING CLASSES ARE offered as one 
of the three curricula in the College of Jour- 
nalism and Communications. 

College of Journalism 
and Communications 



DEAN THEODORE B. PETERSON leads the Col- 
lege of Journalism and Communications. 





STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS are learning 
the art of typography. 




THESE STUDENTS ARE practicing copyreading 
in a journalism laboratory. 



The students in the College of Journalism and 
Communication are offered many opportunities and 
facilities to complete their undergraduate education 
in the field of their choice. 

Included in the training in the newsroom, lab- 
oratory printing, photography laboratory, radio and 
television studio, WILL, and advertising layout lab- 
oratory, is the editing of wire copy from the press 
services, the setting of type, the printing of self- 
designed work and the editing of film. 

Facilities offered by the college include over 
seven thousand books and subscriptions to over 
one hundred and twenty magazines. 

The Departments of Advertising, the editorial 
curriculum and the Department of Radio and Tele- 
vision are the three curricula which the college 
offers. These curricula prepare the students for 
advertising agencies, advertising departments of 
radio and television stations, newspapers, industrial 
organizations, magazines, and retail stores. It also 
prepares them for jobs as editors and reporters, and 
for general broadcasting work. 



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THE MODERN LAW LIBRARY contains over one hun- 
dred thousand volumes. It is designed and operated 
to encourage maximunn use for study and research. 



DEAN RUSSELL N. SULLIVAN serves as Dean 
of the College of Law. 




The College of Law 



The College of Law, established in 1897, trains 
its students for the legal profession by inspiring 
them to uphold the highest traditions of the pro- 
fession and teaching them sound legal procedures. 

The College provides students with teachers and 
scholars whose works are widely distinguished a- 
cross the country. The library also aids the stu- 
dents — having over 156,000 volumes. Besides the 
large number of volumes available to the students, 
other facilities are offered, including a browsing 
alcove which contains many recent publications, a 
typing room, and a visual aids room. 

Over sixty different courses covering a variety 
of subjects are offered in the curriculum. Each 
student is required to obtain a foundation in the 
basic fields. In addition to these fundamentals, 
he may choose electives in the fields which are of 
special interest to him. Courses in special in- 
terest fields include municipal corporation, oil and 
gas, insurance, labor law, and legislation. 



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DR. ROBERT W. ROGERS is the capable Dean 
of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 



RICHARD HINELY is Assistant Dean of the 
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 



College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences pres- 
ently has an enrollment of approximately nine to 
ten thousand students. As the bearer of the tradi- 
tion of liberal education, the College strives to 
broaden the vision of its students by developing 
in them an appreciation of cultural values. Also 
the College offers curricula which help the student 
prepare for a professional career. The LAS Student 



Council, composed entirely of students, is the chan- 
nel by which some of the ideas of LAS students 
may be articulated, inter-departmental programs 
offer related material prepared by the faculty of 
many individual departments. New departments and 
methods of instruction permit students to keep 
abreast cf current academic developments within 
the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 



AS AN EXTRA SERVICE to their students, the 
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has a 
special stafF of student advisors. 



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DR. MERLE M. OHLSEN serves as head 
ot the Speech Departmsnt. 



DR. MAX MATTESON is head of 
the Zoology Department. 




DR. CLAUDE VIENS is in charge of 
the Department of French. 




DR. BRUCE HARKNESS heads 
the English Department. 



DR. FRANCIS KOENIG is responsible for the 
Honors' Day Program for the College of Lib- 
eral Arts and Sciences. 




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DR. KING BROADRICK is an Associate 
Professor of Speech. 




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houses classrooms and research laboratories. 



Life Sciences 



The rapidly expanding School of Life Sciences is 
now well established in its six fields of Botany, 
Entomology, Microbiology, Physiology, Zoology, and 
its newest addition. Biophysics. The far-reaching 
plans of the 1950's have almost completely mate- 
rialized in the form of three new buildings which 
provide excellent facilities for undergraduate and 
graduate research and study. 

Dean H. O. Halvorson has taken full advantage 
of these new facilities by providing special seminars 
for superior juniors and encouraging senior students 
to work with faculty members in laboratory and 
field investigations. Many new courses have been 
established and expanded to meet the rising de- 
mands in this popular field. 

A newly approved program for undergraduates 
has resulted in the availability of a bachelor's de- 
gree in the Biological Sciences. A graduate program 
leading to a doctorate in Life Sciences has also been 
created recently. 



A LIFE SCIENCES instructor explains some of the ad- 
vanced equipment in the Biological Sciences buildings. 



THIS MUCH-NEEDED addition to Burrill Hall 
is rapidly nearing completion. 





MRS. ANITA SCHILLER, Library Research As- 
sociate, is at work in her office at 428 Library 
Research Center. 




MR. DONALD D. HENDRICKS is also a Library 
Research Assistant. 



The Graduate School 
of Library Science 

The Graduate School of Library Science was es- 
tablished in 1893 at the Armour Institute in Chi- 
cago. From there it was relocated at the Univer- 
sity of Illinois. It was one of the four institutions 
which originated in the initial era of education 
for librarianship in the United States. 

This school seeks to equip its students for a 
profession in the field of library science. The Gradu- 
ate School of Library Science, which works in con- 
junction with the University of Illinois Graduate 
School, grants three degrees: Certificate of Ad- 
vanced Study of Librarianship, Doctor of Philos- 
ophy, and Master of Science. 

To meet the needs of more students and to in- 
sure a higher quality of education, libraries all 
over the country will be expanding, and new ones 
will be constructed. Many new positions will be 
created by these new libraries. The many gradu- 
ates from the School of Library Science will help 
to fill these many positions. 



FRANK ROGERS, Associate Reference Librarian, presents a colloquium 
in the Graduate School of Library Science. 




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MODERN DANCE CLASSES provide the opportunity for parti- 
cipation in an art form based upon physical expression 
through the intricacies of Ihe dance. 



The College of Physical 
Education 



DEAN K. J. McCRISTAL heads the administrative body 
of the College of Physical Education. 





GYMNASTICS CLASSES DEVELOP balance and teach new 
skills to physical education studenis. 




TOUCHE 



There are four academic departments in the Col- 
lege of Physical Education: Recreation and Munici- 
pal Park Administration, Physical Education for 
Women, Physical Education for Men, and Health 
Safety Education. The two student divisions. Intra- 
mural Activities, and Rehabilitation Education Serv- 
ice, also are a part of the program. The form of the 
College of Physical Education is unique in its ad- 
ministrative patterns, and is the only one of its kind 
currently known to exist at any University anywhere 
in the United States. Housing of the six related 
areas in one single, streamlined unit greatly facili- 
tates their administration, and it also represents 
the possession of another first by the University of 
Illinois. 

The College trains University students in such 
areas as teaching, coaching, counseling, dancing, and 
directing recreation programs. The enrollment con- 
tinues to increase as Americans become more inter- 
ested in keeping themselves physically fit. 



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THE LABOR and Industrial Relations Building houses 
the classrooms, offices, and library. 



MARTIN WAGNER, IS the Director of the Institute 
of Labor and Industrial Relations. 



The Institute of Labor 



The Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations 
prepares its graduate students for positions in 
industry, labor unions, research, government serv- 
ices, and teaching. Because the Institute is part of 
the Graduate College, work is also done in the 
fields of economics, sociology, political science, 
psychology, history, law, and engineering. 

The Institute's program is concerned with cur- 
rent problems between labor and industry. To keep 
abreast with the field, seminars and conferences 
are held where distinguished government officials, 
as well as scholars, business, and labor leaders, are 
invited. Visits are conducted to industrial plants, to 
union meetings, and to conferences. 

In addition to faculty and research programs, the 
Institute's students also have access to the library, 
which has a large collection of journals, periodicals, 
catalogued pamphlets, government documents, and 
reference books. 




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VETERINARY MEDICAL BASIC SCIENCES unit which provides offices, labora;ories, 
and classrooms is essential for teaching and research. 



College of Veterinary Medicine 




DR. CARL BRANDLY IS DEAN of the Col- 
lege, professor of Veterinary Microbi- 
ology and Public Health, and directs the 
Center for Zoonoses Research. 



The College of Veterinary Medicine of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois was established in 1944. The 
major objective of the College is to improve the 
means of combating livestock diseases on Illinois 
farms. Teaching, public service, and research are 
the three major activities undertaken by the Col- 
lege. Teaching is of two kinds — resident and ex- 
tension. Resident teaching is carried on at the 
undergraduate, professional, and graduate levels. 
Extension teaching is carried on largely in rural 
communities, but reaches into urban areas as well, 
with on-campus meetings, conferences, and special 
courses. Public services are provided by the am- 
bulatory service, the diagnostic laboratory, and 
the large and small animal clinics. Many research 
projects are concerned with serious diseases such 
as leptospirosis, Q fever, parasitism, and rabies. 



AN ABDOMINAL OPERATION takes place in 
the modern Large Animal Clinic. 




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DR. RAYMOND OLSEN, University of Illinois veterinary path- 
ologist, runs tests on blood samples for leukemia. 




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Development of the power, and the promotion of 
the spirit of research is the fundamental aim of 
the Graduate College. Independent work and indi- 
vidual research are stressed in the University of 
llliniois Graduate College. Since its modest be- 
ginning in 1907, the Graduate College has grown to 
be one of the largest colleges on campus. The ur- 
gent need for trained individuals in the field of 
science and technology and the new ideas of higher 
education have created this rapid growth. 

Part time assistantships give the graduate stu- 
dent the opportunities for research in any of over 
one-hundred fields sponsored by the Graduate Col- 
lege. Leadership through quality of instruction, 
facilities, and research guidance is the main ob- 
jective of the Graduate College. 

The Graduate College is open to anyone who may 
wish to increase his knowledge in any field of ed- 
ucation. Many students come to the University of 
Illinois for graduate studies because of the var- 
ied achievements and merits the Graduate College 
can offer to its students. 




THE GRADUATE COLLEGE staff fulfills the administrative duties for one of 
the University's largest colleges. 



Graduate College 



DEAN HERBERT CARTER serves as the Director 
of the Graduate College. 




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EUNICE DOWSE is the associ- 
ate Dean of Residence Hall 
Planning and Staff Training. 




LINDA HESTER is an assistant 
Dean in charge of Freshman 
Women. 



Dean of Women 



MIRIAM SHELDEN, Dean of 
Women, and her staff are in 
charge of the undergraduate 
women on campus. 




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JEAN HILL serves as Assistant 
Dean of Independent Women 
and W. I. S. A. 





MARY HARRISON works with 
Residence Hall Counseling and 
Assignments. 



BARBARA METZNER is Dean 
of Panhellenic Women. 



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MARY LOISE FILBEY serves as 
assistant to the Dean of Wo- 
men. 



BETTY HEMBROUGH serves as 
an assistant to the Dean in 
research. 






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CARL W KNOX serves as 
the Dean of Men. 



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JAMES W. TAYLOR is an able assistant 
to the Dean of Men. 



W. STEWART MINTON fills the position of 
Assistant to the Dean of Men. 



GAYLORD F. HATCH is concerned with 
mini Guides and new students. 



KARL F. IJAMS is the 
advisor to MIA. 



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MUCH OF THE TIME a student spends in 
registration is used to fill out IBM cards. 



REGISTRATIONS IN THE UNIVERSITY reached 
an all-time high of 27,020 during the fall 
semester. 



DEAN CHARLES SANFORD heads the Office 
of Admissions and Records at the University 

of Illinois. 




Admissions and Records 



The University of Illinois Office of Admissions 
and Records touches the experience of everyone 
who comes to the campus as a student. It is usually 
the first office he contacts when seeking admission 
and is the office which evaluates his credentials 
and issues his permit to enter. In co-operation with 
other offices, it arranges the orientation events in 
which he and other new students participate. While 
he is here, this office makes arrangements for his 
registration, including assessment of his tuition and 
fees, administers his scholarship, keeps the official 
record of his academic performance, issues official 
transcripts of his record and certification of his 
attendance, and finally is responsible for the prep- 
aration and delivery of his diploma. Other functions 
in which the Office of Admissions and Records 
engages include supervision of entrance examina- 
tions, administration of the University Exchange- 
Visitor Program and conducting examinations in 
Illinois for the Certificate of Certified Public 
Accountant. 



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TOP ROW; John R. bi,;l,ii, ui;,i^tant dean; Robert Schuiitmc.,,, director 
BOTTOM ROW: Paul J. Magelli, assistant to the dean; V. Jamt/s Hampton, 
assistant dean; Edward E. Stafford, associate dean 



FRED H. TURNER, dean of students 



Dean of Students 



The Office of the Dean of Students was estab- 
lished by the Board of Trustees in 1943 to provide 
administrative co-ordination for the several inde- 
pendent offices, units, and functions involved in 
phases of service to students and to student life 
and activities outside the classroom. The purpose 
v^as to improve services to students and to assist 
in providing an atmosphere and an environment 
most suitable for academic success, and at the same 
time offer to all an opportunity for a well-rounded 
activity and recreational program. 

At present, offices and functions in the Dean of 
Students organization include the Deans of Men 
and Women and their assistants. Security, Student 
Aid, Student Employment, Co-ordinating Place- 
ment, Student Activities, Housing, Orientation Pro- 
grams, Foreign Student Affairs and boards of 
control. 




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FIELD DIRECTOR Tom Micklos '58 explains the 

IBM member card file for Albert Vodenbosch '27, 

Ray Irwin '35, and Robert Fietsam '55 at the 
Homecoming workshop. 



GENE VANCE SERVES as executive director of 
the Alumni Association. 




TWO CLUB OFFICERS, Mrs. Richard Davis '42 and Norman R. Car- 
son '37 join field director Jim Vermefte '60 in an inspection of a 
map showing the location of clubs in Illinois. 



The Alumni Association 



The Alumni Association, founded in 1873, gives 
the alums of the University of Illinois a chance 
to maintain campus ties and to serve the Univer- 
sity in the future generations. 

One of the avenues through which the Associa- 
tion works is the I Mini Club. There are approx- 
imately eighty-five clubs in Illinois, across the 
nation, and in foreign countries. Usually, they 
meet once or twice a year, have a University-ori- 
ented program in the form of a film or a talk by 
a visitor from the campus, and then provide a few 
hours of lllini socializing. Alumni groups, both large 
and small, are invited to form clubs. Only ten sig- 
natures are required for the adoption of a charter. 
A workshop for lllini Club officers is held on a 
football Saturday during the months of the fall, 
and the Association will give any other service to 
organize and maintain the club. 

Members to the Association are able to keep in 
touch with their campus and other alumni through 
the Illinois Alumni News, a newspaper sent eight 
times per year. As an Association service to the 
alumni, non-members receive an eight-page version 
of the paper two times every year, provided they 
keep their addresses current in the files of the 
Alumni Association record office. 



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MR J G THOMAS, president of the Uni 
versify of Illinois Foundation. 



The University of Illinois Foundation is a non- 
profit corporation, organized in 1935 to encourage 
gifts to the University — gifts of real estate, art ob- 
jects, money, books, or anything that is of financial 
or of educational value. 

Each year, the Foundation conducts a program of 
annual giving on the part of alumni and friends of 
the University. This program, which is very well 
supported, received over a million dollars in contri- 
butions during the past year. 

The projects to which annual gifts are made in- 
clude scholarships, loan funds, grants-in-aid to stu- 
dents in student activities, fellowships, research in 
all fields, library collections, and a special fund to 
be used at the discretion of the President of the 
University. 

Another function of the Foundation is the man- 
agement of faculty inventions. The Foundation not 
only obtains patents, but also arranges licensing 
agreements with a number of companies for several 
profitable inventions. Its patent management op- 
erations are quite extensive. 



University of Illinois Foundation 



FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS— TOP ROW: Robert C. Toll, associate 
director; Victor Cullin, Stewart D. Owen, Richard J. Hill, Donald R. Grimes, 
W. O. Heath, James C. Colvin, executive director BOTTOM ROW: K. E. 



Williamson, Hjalmar Johnson, J. G. Thomas, Amos H. Wyatts NOT IN 
PANEl: Harold Boeschenstein, Joseph Campbell, Raymond Epstein, Vernon 
Heath, David Henry, Ralph Johns, C. Lovejoy, Roger Pogue 




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RAY PAGE fills (he time-consuming job of State 
Superintendent of Schools. 



OTTO KERNER, Governor of the State of Illinois, acts as 
one of the ex-officio members of the Board of 
Trustees. 



HERBERT FARBER holds the position ANTHONY JANATA serves on the Board of Trustees 

of Comptroller of the University. in the capacity of secretary. 




PROVOST LYLE LANIER supervises activities 
and programs of the colleges. 





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TOP ROW: Herbert Farber, Anthony Janata, Theodore Jones, Irving Dilliard, Timothy Svi/ain, Earl Hughes 
dent David D. Henry, Howard Clement, Mrs. Frances Watkins, Ray Page 



BOTTOM ROW: Wayne Johnston, Harold Pogue, Presi- 



Board of Trustees 



DAVID D. HENRY, president of the University of Illinois 



The University of Illinois, as a state university, is 
subject to the authority of the Illinois General As- 
sembly, and this Assembly, in turn, is subject to the 
control of the state constitution. Within the limits 
of the constitution, the Board of Trustees has final 
word in affairs which constitute the good and the 
welfare of the University. Its nine members, elected 
to six year terms, are responsible to the people of 
I llinois in the General Assembly. On matters of edu- 
cational policy and organization, the Board seeks 
the advice of the University Statutes and the Uni- 
versity Senates, the Statutes of which are under the 
reservation of the Board to change with the advice 
of the Senate. On matters of power, administrative 
organization, and responsibility of the University 
officers, the Board of Trustees acts on the advice 
given by the President of the University. 




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FOLLOWING COMMENCEMENT activities, 
President Henry bestows honorary degrees 
upon Mies Van der Rhoes, Marian Anderson, 
and Dr. Albert Noyes. 



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MRS. HENRY, our own First Lady, 
poses with the President. 



PRESIDENT HENRY and Dr. Lyie Lanier, execu- 
tive vice president of the University, greet 
guest speaker Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president 
of Brandeis University, at the 1965 New Year 
Convocation. 




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the University of Illinois 



Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Krannert and J. G. Thomas, president ot the Foun- 
dation. 



President David Dodds Henry 



Dr. David Dodds Henry, who has been President 
of the University of Illinois since September of 
1 955, has a very distinguished background. A native 
Pennsylvanian, he was graduated from Pennsylvania 
State University with Bachelor's, Master's, and 
Doctor of Philosophy degrees. He holds honorary 
degrees from twelve institutions of higher learning 
and has a membership in many honor societies. In 
the past, he has been quite active in various national 



educational organizations such as the President's 
Committee on Education Beyond the High School, 
Joint Committee of Educational Television, and 
American Council on Education. Also, Dr. Henry 
was president of the National Commission on Ac- 
crediting, as well as the Association for Urban Uni- 
versities. President Henry has been recognized as a 
member of the Electoral College of the Hall of Fame 
for Great Americans. 



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Jennie Pefrarca, president 

Mrs. JoAnn Adams 
Patricia Bauer 
Rita Bell 
Deanne Carter 
Joan Conlin 
Gretchen Cornwell 
Kathy Curran 
Jan Feaster 
Carol Geppinger 
Charlotte Greco 
Nancy Hamm 



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Joseph Goleash, president 



David Becker 
Robert Breidert 
Talbot Brody 
Anthony Burba 
Richard Butkus 
Richard Callaghan 
George Donnelly 
Larry Fears 
David Fox 
Robert Frase 
Jerry Glashagel 
Thomas Good 
Trenton Jackson 



Julie Heiple 
Barbara Johnson 
Nina Lepinsky 
Jane Phillips 
Nancy Pleskovitch 
Mary Ann Racki 
Lynn Shearer 
Virginia Studer 
Marilyn Swartz 
Barbara Whiteside 



Wendell Jeno 

Victor Kamber 

Gerald Murtaugh 

Robert Pearson 

Elliot Peskind 

George Redmon 

David Salyers 

Robert Sanders 

Ronald Steinkamp 

Duane Thoren 

Gerald Wagner 

Professor Robert Black, 
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SHORTER BOARD 



Nancy Phillips, president 



Mary Bowman 
Andrea Bradbury 
Lenice Colangelo 
Cynthia Curtiss 
Karen Evans 
Nancy Feuerbacher 
Ann Fockler 
Kathleen Galway 
Karen Hinshaw 
Barbara Homer 
Paula Jackson 
Geraldine Kahovec 
Mary Keating 
Nancy Kuperberg 
Nan Lundberg 
Paulette Meyer 
Marie Miller 



Sallie Pagels 
Mary Read 
Susan Rigdon 
Kay Rigor 
Carolyn Riley 
Judith Rupp 
Martha Sauer 
Sharon Seban 
Susan Sekera 
Mary Steimel 
Doris Stier 
Janet Vespa 
Frances Voris 
Dee Walton 
Arleda Watson 
Suzanne Williams 



WA-NA-SEE 



Jerry Glashagel, president 



Anthony Burba 
Richard Butkus 
Robert Camillone 
Zane Cohn 
Clifford Dammers 
Michael Dundy 
Ronald Fearn 
D. Michael Fox 
Wylie Fox 
George Galla 
Donald Hatten 
John Jeffery 
Vic Kamber 



Timothy Madigan 
Leon Miller 
Gerald Murtaugh 
Howard Pearlman 
John Rosenwald 
Lynn Snyder 
Randall Spitzer 
Charles Spradling, Jr. 
John Subat 
Roger Swift 
James Tibbetts 
William Weintraub 



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TORCH 



Cheryl Smith, president 



Pamela Archer 
Ruth Battaglia 
Janice Bear 
Susan Briles 
Marlene Brill 
Susan Buckman 
Judy Buddemeier 
Carolyn Burkybile 
Erika Busck 
Alice Cortright 
Nann Clatt 
Betty Cocking 
Brenda Copley 
Karen Cord 
Tamara Dazey 
Marilyn Dvorak 



Mary Lou Fisher 
Karen Fogler 
Barbara Gibian 
Paula Gottschalk 
Diane Harrison 
Mary Henderson 
Martha Herm 
Jerilyn Hoffman 
Julie Hughes 
Carroll imie 
Mary Ann Kelly 
Susan Kinder 
Carol Kosovski 
Judy Kreutz 
Beverly Leffler 
Elizabeth Long 



Mary Luckett 
Lynne McNown 
Carol Meiller 
Marthanne Nelson 
Alice Rasmussen 
Connie Richards 
Nancy Risser 
Judy Santschi 
Joan Scott 
Mary Scott 
Marge Slavin 
Joan Southon 
Judy Stefanovic 
Beverly Susler 
Jackquie Warner 
Janet Wood 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



Elliot Peskind, president 



Robert Adams 
Lloyd Ambrosius 
Robert Auler 
Gordon Bagby 
Raymond Beazley 
Allen Carius 
David Downey 
Roland Dukes 
Roger Ebert 
Allen Evans 
Daniel Figert 
David Fox 
William Fraser 
Dennis Gorman 
Donald Gubser 
Joseph Hasman 
Theodore Harvey 
Owen Hein 



Harold Holmes 
Robert Hippie 
Kelley Hsia 
John Jacoby 
John Johnson 
Charles Kerchner 
Roland Littlewood 
Lawson Lobb 
James Martin 
Dale Mueller 
Gerald Murtaugh 
Robert Mullen 
Richard Murphy 
Gregory Read 
Clarence Redman 
George Redmon 
John Rosenwald 
Steven Sample 



John Shay 

Gregory Taubeneck 

Albert Tillman 

Glen VanBlaricum 

Gary Young 

FACULTY 

J. Thomas Hastings 

Rev. James Hine 

Carl Knox 

Francis Keoning 

Lyie Lanier 

Douglas Mills 

J. Fred Miller 

President David D. Henry 

Edward Nestigen 

Paul Shaffer 

Fred Tyrner 

Karl Wallace 

Arthur Wyatt 



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SACHEM 



Jeff Lundeen, president 



John Akin 
Thomas Allen 
Don Angus 
Gary Barnes 
Jan Bridges 
Bruce Brown 
Robert Brown 
James Coughlin 
James Crusius 
Richard Daeschner 
Jerry Drury 
Dale Echerty 
Gary Eickman 
Curt Fisher 



Don Freeman 
Gary Gardner 
James Grabowski 
William Hall 
Donald Hansen 
Larry Hinton 
Robert Holty 
Dan Jeffery 
Robert Johnson 
Raymond Kusper 
Robert Lewke 
Raymond McCloskey 
Phillip Madsen 
Larry Miller 



David Player 
Sam Price 
James Skierski 
John Smith 
Charles Spradling, Jr. 
Richard Stables 
Dean Swift 
Richard Tanner 
Eugene Tattini 
John Tocks 
James Vopicka 
Ralph Wagner 
Thomas Winnings 
Jeffrey Winton 



BRONZE TABLET 



Dale Bagby 
Barbara Baird 
Lucy Bierbrauer 
William Bleha 
Jane Bodman 
Dale Bratton 
H. Alice Campbell 
Karen Christensen 
William Conable 
James Coulson 
Thomas Cusick 
Gary David 
James CeLaurier 
Stephen Derwelis 
Jo Ellen Dutton 
Rodney Everhart 
Malcolm Evett 
Bruce Gardner 
Nancy Gehlbach 
Penelope Brabos 
Trudy Haffron 
Michael Healy 
Philip Hohmann 
Lueva Irvin 
Susan Jenny 



John Johnson 
Harlene Kallick 
Carol KasI 
Lorraine Kass 
Larry Kaufman 
Ronald Kiddoo 
Tom Knight 
Karen Kuhlman 
Jaan Laane 
Nadja Lancaster 
Alan Lebeck 
Frank Lenkszus 
Donald Leverenz 
James Levey 
Stanley Levi 
Roland Littlewood 
Delmar Lohr 
Angela Lukancic 
John Madsen 
Dennis Marshall 
John Matuska 
Charles Matz 
Marilyn McCord 
Janet Moore 



A. Vincent Mrstik, Jr. 
Phillip Pearson 
Gene Petersen 
Larry Peterson 
Richard Peterson 
Sharon Peterson 
George Repsold 
John Rosenwald 
James Sajovic 
Betty Schenk 
Irwin Shechtman 
Barbara Sheperd 
Man Silberstein 
Melvin Stark 
David Steele 
W. Robert Temple, Jr. 
Lenore Tennenhouse 
Dietrich Vedder 
Stephen Whiteside 
Irvin Wilken 
Donald Wilton 
Clifford Winings 
Jack Wollman 
Raymond Yarema 



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President, lllini Union 




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CAROL BOKORNEY 
Director-at-Large, Mini Union 



DAVID SALYERS 
Business Manager, lllio 





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RICHARD DAESCHNER 
AdministraTive Vice President, Student Senate 



EDWARD BENSON 
Chairman, Armed Forces Council 



CAROL GEPPINGER 
Internal Vice President, lllini Union 





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CYNTHIA CURTISS 
Associate Editor, lllio 




WHO'S WHO 



FRANCIS VORIS 
Financial Vice President, lllini Union 



CARL BOCK 
External Vice President, lllini Union 



RICHARD KVALE 
Associate Business Manager, Daily lllini 



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President, Men's Residence Hall Association 



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President, Women's Independent Student Association 







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Assistant Business Manager, lllio 



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Baseball Captain 



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Executive Vice President, lllini Union 




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Head Cheerleader 



RICHARD TANNER 
President, Men's Independent Association 



JANE PHILLIPS 
Senior Manager, Star Course 




WHO'S WHO 



LARRY FEARS 
Associate Editor, lllio 



RITA BELL 
President, Panhellenic Council 



VICTOR KAMBER 
President, Interfraternity Council 




HAROLD FROBISH 
Director, Campus Chest 



JAMES MARTIN 
Legislative Vice President, Student Senate 



GRETCHEN CORNWELL 
President, University Theatre 





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GERALD WAGNER 
Director, lllini Union 



JANICE BEAR 
President, YWCA 



ANTHONY BURBA 
Executive Editor, Daily lllini 





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Chief llliniwek 




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Co-Captain, Football 



NANCY THORPE 
President, Women's Glee Club 



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Captain, Fencing 




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ILLINI 

UNION 

STUDENT 

ACTIVITIES 




lUSA 




Union Gives Campus Entertainment and Culture Through lUSA 



Musical evenings, art exhibits. Union movies, 
International Fair, Mom's and Dad's Day affairs, 
Student Written Musical and pep rallies are only a 
few of the numerous events sponsored by lllini 
Union Student Activities. 



In each area of programs, numerous staffs work 
to plan effective and entertaining events. From 
president of the Union to department head to indi- 
vidual members of committees can be found a uni- 
form effort to please Union patrons. 



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PROGRAM BOARD— TOP ROW: John Carrol, Jeffrey Winton, Nancy Feuer- 
bacher. Professor Scott, KatHiryn Curran, Raymond McClosky, Robert Datil, 



Stepfien Corn BOTTOM ROW: Cfieryle Collins, Nancy Hamm, Mary Hender- 
son, Nancy Plocar, Carol Imle 



Two Boards Work in Conjunction to Keep Union Functioning 



All the administration of the Union comes under 
the direction of Union Board. Composed of student 
directors and faculty members, the board defines 
policy, controls organization and administration 
and gives advice to the Union Director. 

Illini Union Program Board is responsible for 
programming events which meet the social, cultural 



and recreational needs of the campus community. 
Board is staffed by the nine department heads, one 
staff advisor, one faculty advisor, and headed by 
the executive vice president. 

Program Board strives to create programs that 
will please Union patronizers. Some new programs 
are Current Speakers Program and Publicity Board. 



UNION BOARD— TOP ROW: Professor Robert Black, Earl Finder, Carl Bock, 
Professor Paul Egbert, Mrs. Lorraine Trebilcock, Tfiomas Micklos, Gerald 



Wagner BOTTOM ROW: Judy Spenser, Carol Geppinger, Carol Bokorney, 
Tfiomas Good, president; Francis Voris, Nancy Hamm 



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FRANCIS VORIS, financial vice president 



CARL BOCK, external vice president 



The Union Plays a Part in Every Level of University Life 



"The Union is the community center of the col- 
lege, for all the members of the college society — 
students, faculty, administration and guests. It is 
not just a building; it is also an organization and a 
program. Together they represent the well-con- 



sidered plan for college life." 

In accordance with the Union purpose, the di- 
rectors head in the formulation of policy, guide 
long-range planning, do budget studies and carry 
on continuous evaluation. 



CAROL GEPPINGER, internal vice president 



GERALD WAGNER, director-at-large 



NANCY HAMM, executive vice president 






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JEFFREY WINTON, publicity department head 




PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT— TOP ROW: Mary Heeren, Roger Garret BOTTOM ROW: 
Joan Ward, major chairman; Vonne Johns 



I USA Activities Are Aided by Public Relations Committees 



Each year it is the task of the Personnel Recruit- 
ment Committee to interest students in I USA ac- 
tivities. In the fall, Activity Day is held to inform 
students of the workings of campus organizations. 
The committee also finds positions for the seven 



hundred students who work in I USA. 

The Publicity Board sees that the campus com- 
munity is well-informed about intellectual, cultural 
and recreational programs sponsored by I USA for 
the benefit of the student. 



PUBLICITY BOARD— TOP ROW: Joan Ward, Sharon Kunar, Raymond 
Schlueter, Mary Scott, unidentified, Judith Hinrichs, Lillian Conrad, Gary 
Reynolds BOTTOM ROW: Judith Lundeen, Carl Bock, Jeffrey Winton, 





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Professor John Woods, faculty advisor; Mrs. Jo Winnings, Linda Dixon, 
Andrea Bradbury, Frederic Johnson, Rog^r Garret 



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FINE ARTS COMMITTEE— TOP ROW: Donald Wahlstrom, Robert Mo|cik 
Beatrice Southon, Alice Larson, major chairman 



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Colorful International Fair Prompts Global Communication 



HOMECOMING COMMITTEE- David Ellis, Diane Sudeikis NOT IN PANEL: 

Harry Vogelswiger, major chairman 




Each year the foreign students at the University 
of Illinois pool their international resources to cre- 
ate the outstanding Internationa! Fair. The purpose 
of the Fair, sponsored by the lllini Union Student 
Activities Committee, the Association of Interna- 
tional Students, and Zeta Phi Eta, the national 
speech fraternity, is to promote more understand- 
ing, communication, and friendship among peoples 
of the world. The goal is partly achieved through 
the unusual Copacabana Club, a simulated Latin 
American nightclub complete with Latin American 
dancers and music. The Club's "opening", in the 
first week of December, is followed the next week- 
end by the main Fair. 

Months of preparation are poured into the Fair 
each year both by the participants and the Union 
Fine Arts Committee, which is responsible for or- 
ganizing and carrying out special events of this 
nature. While providing thousands of people with 
many talented students, colorful costumes, and an 
opportunity to purchase imported items and un- 
usual foods, the International Fair offers a chance 
to extend fellowship and broaden the mind. 



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FORUMS OF THOUGHT— TOP ROW: Richard Jones, William Plater, Robert Bixler BOnOM ROW: Diane Brinkman, Jerry Franks, maior chairman; 
Audre Ludin 




INTERNATIONAL FAIR TOP ROW: Susan Alster, Sharon Saari, Ross Putnam, Janet Steggerda, Barbara Rodell BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn Ginsler, 
Marika Littke, Robert Winter, major chairman; Mary Evans, Judy Payne 



INTERNATIONAL FAIR TOP ROW: Rebecca Palmer, Rodolfo Barthanagy, Errol Unikel, Doris Dayton BOTTOM ROW: Marlene Blumenthal, Tatiana 
Wiwcharenko, Joan Southon, Rene Winter, Phyllis Kupperman 



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Union Offers Fun and Culture 



The Model United Nations of the lllini Union is 
designed to give students a chance to learn about 
the U.N. functions and organizations and to provide 
American and foreign students with the opportunity 
to become acquainted with one another and with 
their respective countries. 

The 1964 Stunt Show was an energetic display 
of effort and originality. The entries showed variety 
in interpreting the theme, "Happiness Is. . ." 



GREAT DEBATES— TOP ROW: Ann Schilbneck, Walter Kamen BOT- 
TOM ROW: Gordon Goranson 




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Pre-Game Rallies Give Spirit 



The People-To-People program on this campus is 
part of the International People-To-People organi- 
zation which seeks to bring peoples of the world 
together. Providing hospitality for foreign students 
and getting foreign students jobs are two of its im- 
portant activities. 

Successful pep rallies take much planning and 
advertising. The Pep Rally Committee makes sure 
that each rally is well co-ordinated. 




SPRING MUSICAL— Lawrence Spector, Carol Wendell, Stev 
major chairman 



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PEOPLE TO PEOPLE— TOP ROW: Vivian Feist, Richard Barton BOTTOM 
ROW: Ramin Khadem, major chairman; Suzanne Kurth 




PEP RALLIES — TOP ROW: Lawrence Spector, Richard Fredricks, Susan Fischer, 
major chairman; Paul Rimington BOTTOM ROW: Sally Temple, Kurt Salo- 
mon, Gladys Hruby 




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DANCES— TOP ROW: Kenneth McMillan, Arthur Becker, Roger Garret 
TOM ROW: Bonnie Raymond, Nancy Burnett, Robert Wojcik 



ILIIOSKEE— TOP ROW: Jeffrey Carr, Ralph Voris, Erana Weiss, John Russel, 
David Hamman BOTTOM ROW: George Farnsworth, Carol Geppinger, Eugene 
Tattini, Janice Sommer NOT IN PANEL: Barbara Hill, Nancy Feuerbacher 



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Union Offers Varied Activity 



The lllini Union Dance Committee supervises the 
annual major Union dances and the informal week- 
end record hops. Committee members book bands, 
schedule the dances and design the dance decora- 
tions. In addition to this work, the committee 
sponsors a series of dancing lessons. 

Blue Dial, the lllini Union internal newspaper, 
is published every three weeks and distributed to 
the I USA personnel. The paper attempts to co- 
ordinate activities by improving the communica- 
tions among the various departments of the Union. 

This year's format for Student Written Musical 
was a musical revue involving several short skits. 
In addition to these short situation comedies, the 
revue featured four satiric skits concerning various 
aspects of modern society. 



STUDENT WRITTEN MUSICAL TOP ROW: Nancy Breen, Gene Clements, Robert 
Bixler, Elizabeth Owens BOTTOM ROW: Carol Wendell, Stephen Gould, 

BLUE DIAL TOP ROW: John Vaiko, Patricia Palmer, Leonard Hilts BOTTOM Sally Jeffries 

ROW: Barbara Bowen, Jeffrey Carr, Marylea Benware 



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CAMPUS TALENT— TOP ROW: Mary Hooper, Judy Hinrichs, VonneLee Johns 
BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Rhine, Curt Fisher, major chairman; Diane Arrigo 



ELITE EIGHT— TOP ROW: Luanne Thorson, Barbara Roschke, Carol Louis BOT- 
TOM ROW: Mary McCarthy, Judith Hannula, Susan Bortman, major chairman; 
Judy Hinrichs 



Union Committees Aid Student 



Current Speakers function as an organization to 
bring students and faculty closer together through 
informal talks. The topics differ each time, and the 
faculty and administrative speakers are chosen 
from a varied cross-section of departments. 

Campus Talent, acting as a non-profit talent 
agency, endeavors to fill requests from campus ac- 
tivities and off campus organizations for profes- 
sional and amateur talent; the names of students 
are kept on file for future reference. The commit- 
tee also sponsored hootenannys and variety shows. 

The newly formed I Mini Union Publications Com- 
mittee publishes an external and internal pamphlet 
for I USA. The external pamphlet gives a list of 
Union activities, while the internal is designed to 
arouse student interest in Union activities. 




STEPHEN CORN, department head 



PUBLICATIONS — TOP ROW: Ralph Voris, major chairman; Stephen Corn, de- 
partment head BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Bowmen 



CURRENT SPEAKERS— TOP ROW: Jane Shuman, Luanne Thorson BOTTOM 
ROW: Janet Day, major chairman; Stephen Corn, department head 






SPEAKER PROGRAM COMMITTEE— TOP ROW: David Silverglads, John Frana, major 
chairman; Jarvis Friduss BOTTOM ROW: Mary Lou Jupp 




RAYMOND McCLOSKEY, department head 



Famous Authors Bring Varying Opinions to Illinois Campus 



The Dad's Day Committee tried to increase the 
meaning of the Dad's Day program through the care- 
fully planned schedule of events. Along with the 
crowning of King Dad, a Roaring 20's Gambling Ca- 
sino was presented in the lllini Union to complete 
a successful week-end for all. 



Throughout the year the Speaker Program of the 
lilini Union brings nationally prominent people to 
the Illinois campus to lecture about their individual 
fields. This past year they presented Victor Lasky, 
journalist; Dr. Arthur Schlesinger, historian-author, 
and Vance Packard, author. 



DAD'S DAY — TOP ROW: Duke Platter, Barbara Sfanek. Raymond McCloskey, 
Ken Gunji BOTTOM ROW: Judith Parkinson, Carol Rickey, Pamela Archer, 



JefFrey Carr, Barbara Hill, major chairman; Carol Burgesson 




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JOHN QUERFELD, department head 



BOCK I — TOP ROW: Margaret Kemp, George Courter, Kathryn Olmstead, David 
Hannon, Peggy Hettinger THIRD ROW: Terrence Witt SECOND ROW: Jud 
Knowll BOTTOM ROW: John Querfeld, Mary Jepson, Eugene Tattini, major chair- 
man; Harriet Daschka, David Berg 







Union Movies, Jazz Program, Block I Have Successful Year 



The lllini Union Movies continued to show the 
highest quality films on weekends this year. Such 
films as "Manchurian Candidate," "A Farewell to 
Arms," "Birdman of Alcatraz," and "Picnic" were 
shown. Jazz-U-Like-lt program presented talented 



jazz combos and groups for campus entertainment. 
The programs were presented on Thursday nights, 
as usual. Another popular feature of the lllini Union 
was the Block "I," a traditional part of the football 
season. Two separate block sections were utilized. 



JAZZ — Duncan Stewart, major chairman; Robert Mitchell 



UNION MOVIES — TOP ROW: Charles Peirce, Emroy Jones, major chairman; Lynn 
Parr BOTTOM ROW: Judith Demkcvich, Sandra Bock, Suzane Crist 




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CINEMA INTERNATIONAl— Robert Vollmer, major chairman; Marlene Brill, 
Thomas Tirian 




MARY HENDERSON, department head 



Foreign Films Give Viewing Enjoyment to U. of I. Audiences 



Each Sunday night Cinema International presents 
foreign films of the highest caliber to the Univer- 
sity audiences. The staff of Cinema International 
goes to great lengths to choose the finest foreign 
films for presentation. By showing films of this na- 
ture, it is hoped that audiences grow to appreciate 
the culture of other countries and to develop a 



deeper insight into life all over the world. 

The Mom's Day Committee has the task of devel- 
oping and executing a successful Union Mom's Day 
Weekend. This means planning interesting activi- 
ties for morning, noon and night. Mild weather 
aids the staff in arranging flower exhibits, fashion 
shows, and gala evening affairs. 



MOM'S DAY — TOP ROW: Gregory Knutson, Brian Johnson, Terence Witt, major chairman; Richard Osgood, Kurt Salomon BOTTOM ROW: Nancy 
Burnett, Judilh Nash, Pamela Hopkins, Carol Linley 




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PERSONNEL TRAINING— TOP ROW: Dawne Wood, Daniel Pajak, Mary Heeran BOTTOM ROW: INTERNATIONAL BROTHER-SISTER— Jonlee Nelson, major 

Nancy Schierhorn, Jonlee Nelson, major chairman; Diane Arrigo chairman; Wayne Peterson, Sandra Goshgarian 



Patrons of lllini Union Often Find International Friends 



The large staff that keeps I USA functioning is 
helped by Personnel Training. Ideas for general op- 
eration and for improved methods of interviewing 
are presented by the committee. 

Bridge lessons, bowling tournaments and weekly 
chess games are planned by the Tournaments Games 



Committee. The newly established Game Room 
has become a popular Friday night hang-out. 

In line with the International Brother Sister Pro- 
gram begun by President Eisenhower, the Union ex- 
panded its international program. Fall of 1964 saw 
the initiation of the host house program. 



GAMES AND TOURNAMENTS — LyIe Philipson, Bruce Fagel, Richard Leeds, major chairman; Marian Epstein, George Levitt 




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TOP ROW: Gerald Leech, Jacquelyn Warner, Raymond Janis, Jeffrey 
Winkelhake THIRD ROW: Linda Rigor, Jo Ellen Karr SECOND ROW: 
Mr, Louis Leay, Harold Frobish, Mr. Howard Caquelin BOTTOM ROW: 
Janet Day, Sharon Seban, Sharalyn Borchers NOT IN PANEL: Dean Hill, 
Mr. Martin Gagie, Joan Kalmanek 



TOP ROW: Sharon Seban, associate director; Janet Day, publicity SEC- 
OND ROW: Harold Frobish, director BOTTOM ROW: Jo Ellen Karr, 
special events; Jacquelyn Warner, drives NOT IN PANEL: Joan Kalmanek, 
secretary-treasurer 



Campus Chest Sets a $7^000 Goal in the 1964 Collection 



Campus Chest was formed to consolidate several 
charities into one effective organization. This year 
Campus Chest set its goal at $7,000. 

Campus Chest activities are supervised by the 
director and assistant director. The four major 



TOP ROW: Renee Bersell, Dorothy Rouffa, Eugene Bernstein, James Stanko, 
James Reyser, Patricia Pohlman, Marilyn Buck BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis 



chairmen are responsible for planning of projects 
in areas of publications, drives, special events and 
finance. The staff also includes collection repre- 
sentatives from every housing unit. Campus Chest 
is co-ordinated by an allocations board. 



Czyzwski, Gladys Hruby NOT IN PANEL: Patricia Holmes, Mary Shep- 
pach, Douglas Oberlink, Rila Lewis, Leslie Schworfz 



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TOP ROW: Clyde Osfberq, Richard Frank';, William Holland, director; 
Robert Podlasek, Curtis Fisher BOTTOM ROW: Lenice Colangelo, Ellen 



Wlieszala, Marilyn Todd, Bee Ennett, Cathleen Gannon, Sandra Goshgarian 




MEMBERS OF the Pan Am corporation welcome Illinois students during a tour planned by the Student Senate Travel Bureau. 



THREE MEMBERS of the Student Senate Travel Bureau StafF wait 
to help someone plan an American or European trip. 



Travel Service Aids Students 



Staffed by students whose major qualification is 
interest and experience in travel, the Student Sen- 
ate Travel Bureau handles the planning, selling, and 
execution of various reduced rate transportation 
programs for members of the University and their 
immediate families. Under its diversified program, 
group flights to Europe, campus bus service, and 
charter flights to New York are planned. Special 
events at last year's flights to the Rose Bowl game 
are also handled by the Travel Bureau. In addition 
to planning flights, the Bureau also serves in a 
consultant role on work, study, and travel abroad, 
orientating students who plan to travel foreign 
countries. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—TOP ROW: Jeffrey Dembo, public relations chair- 
man; Gary Grad, co-ordin.tions chairman; Maer Davis, executive director 
of administration BOTTOM ROW: Wendell Jeno, president; Mary Lucket, 



Senate Relieves Money Strain 



Undergraduate student government at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois is conducted by a popularly 
elected body known as Student Senate. 

Student Senate has been established to promote 
the v^elfare of the student body. It enacts policy 
as a guide for student activities, acts as liaison be- 
tween faculty and student body and serves as an 
outlet for constructive opinion. 

Among senate accomplishments this semester 
are the Student Discount service, Student Senate 
National Student Association life insurance pro- 
gram and Assembly hall reforms. 

Senate has three divisions: executive, legislative 
and administrative. The executive committee con- 
sists of president, the three vice presidents, secre- 
tary, treasurer, public relations director, co-ordina- 
tions chairman and executive director of adminis- 
tration. 

The executive branch is responsible for leader- 
ship in senate and carries out its decisions. 



secretary; Barbara Johnson, executive vice president; Maureen O'Brien, 
treasurer; James Martin, legislative vice president NOT IN PANEL: 

Richard Daeschner, administrative vice president 




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Bills Are Formed in District 



Senate's legislative branch presents issues to be 
debated at the weekly Wednesday night meetings. 

Much of the legislation that senators present 
originates in the district council meetings. Each 
housing unit elects a representative to take part in 
District Council Discussions. At weekly meetings, 
representatives voice their opinion, along with those 
of their housing unit. Through these discussions 
legislation is drafted to be presented on the floor of 
senate. The process works in the reverse manner, 
also; bills being debated in the senate are brought 
back to the district councils to gain opinions from 
the constituency. 

Problems that plague an individual district are 
discussed, along with methods of solution. 




DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVES air individual problems 
at District Council meetings. 



STUDENT SENATORS Wendell Jeno, Barbara Johnson, James Martin, 
Richard Daeschner, Maureen O'Brien, Mary Luckett, Gary Grad, Jeffrey 
Dembo, Maer Davis, Paul Altman, John Berns, David Brent, Gordon 
Brown, Craig Brown, Roberf Byman, James Chickles, Barry Cohen, Kathryn 
Curran, Pich^rH Dirrenberger, Mary Drew, Barbara Eichen, Gwen Gold- 



smith, Norman Gordon, John Grimes, Robert Hauser, Robert Holty, 
Roberta Kite, John Lash, Philip Lisagor, Wyatt Mankin, Norman Nelson, 
Richard Orloff, Judith Parkinson, Larry Peterson, George Ripplinger, J3mes 
Simon, Ronald Steinkamp, Robert Stozek, Gerald Wagner, Allan Wilhelmi, 
Alan Woodard, Fredrick Wurtzel, Robert Young 




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REPRESENTATIVES TO FACILITY SENATE COMMITTEES — Richard Daeschner, Randy Poncher, Dawn Wood, Robert Byman. 



Senate Committees Discuss and Alter Proposed Legislation 



Much cf Student Senate's work is done through 
its legislative committees: Educational Affairs, 
International Affairs, Campus Affairs and Student 
Rights. These committees review, refine and begin 
all legislation that goes before Senate. 

The administrative committee of Senate are re- 
sponsible for implementing service projects. 



Each year the Conference Committee plans a 
High School Student Leadership Conference, en- 
compassing students and faculty coming from 50 
high schools, in discussions of their responsibilities 
to each other. The University leadership discus- 
sions are contained in the Allerton Conference at- 
tended by students and administrators. 



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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES— TOP ROW: Paul Altman, chairman of edu 
cational affairs; Craig Brown, student rights BOTTOM ROW: Robert Byman, 



campus affairs; James Martin, legislative vice president; John Berns, internal 
affairs. 



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administrative vice president; James Chickels, elections director BOTTOM 
ROW: Maer Davis, executive director of administration; JoAnn Weibei, con- 



ference chairman; Kenneth Jones, Freshman Seminar director 
PANEL: Beverly Susler, Freshman Seminar director. 



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Future Leaders Receive Training Through Freshman Seminar 



Under the administrative committees of Student 
Senate are the Speaker Forum Bureau and Freshman 
Seminar. The Speaker Forum provides listings of 
faculty members and foreign students available as 
speakers and maintains a student forum program. 



Freshman Seminar program is designed to bring 
together interested and capable freshmen in an ex- 
change of ideas for the purpose of developing cam- 
pus leaders. Before the seminarian is chosen, he 
must do well on a test and then be interviewed. 



Jeffrey Rifken, Sharon Ventress, Ardell Nease, Glenda Parsons, James 
Reinach, James Frey, Carol Costello, Judith Herzog, Mark Satin, George 
Levitt, William Kastien, Barbara Putta, Peter Orlinsky, Joan Soloman, James 
Block, Mike Hasselberg, Jane Balliett, Charles Curran, Jay Kaiser, Bruce 



Fagel, Kenneth Blan, Elliot Berkowitz, Alan Halpern, Nancy Goodman, 
Douglas Jackman, Mary Schaefer, Gary Reese, Terry Wiggs, Harrison Crouse, 
Jerry Bernstein. 





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Campus Activity Scheduled by 
Co-ordinations Committee 



The Co-ordinations Committee is an organ of the 
Student Senate which is responsible to the Com- 
mittee on Student Affairs and the Dean of Students. 
The Committee is composed of twelve members, 
three of whom are faculty members. The student 
members represent the five major housing group 
governing organizations, the I Mini Union Board, the 
Student Senate, the University Theater, and the 
Entertainment and Concert Board. The chairman is 
picked by the Student Senate Body and becomes an 
officer of Student Senate and an ex-officio Senator. 

The duties of the Co-ordinations Committee are 
many and varied. It administers regulations apply- 
ing to recognized student activities and supervises 
general University events. It approves the budgets 
for most University functions and handles the print- 
ing, issuing, and collecting of tickets. The Commit- 
tee minimizes conflicts between events. 




GARY GRAD, Co-ordination Committee chairman 



CO-ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE TOP ROW: Professor Johnson, Gerald 
Murtaugh, Joseph Coyne, Dean Hampton BOTTOM ROW: Jane Phillips, 



Barbara Eichen, Gary Grad, Carol Bokorney, Martha Hern 




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Committee on Student Affairs 
Strives for Modernization 



The aim of the Student Senate is to provide for 
the welfare of the student body. The CSA, which 
includes the Student Senate President, Executive 
Vice President and Co-ordinations Chairman, makes 
recommendations for protecting rights of students. 
Before action may be taken on CSA suggestions, the 
vast administrative network must give an approval. 
The difficulty of co-ordinating schedules for shows 
put on by the Assembly Hall and student groups 
was discussed in CSA two years before it came to 
the attention of the campus. To prevent this prob- 
lem of delay, it has been proposed that unless the 
University administration reaches a decision on the 
proposal within 30 days, the suggestions of CSA 
and Student Senate should be made final. 



TOP ROW; William Young, Wendell Jeno, Ronald Steinkamp, Gary Grad 
SECOND ROW: Professor Henry, Professor Shattuck, Arnold Trotier, Bernard 



Karsch, Dean Knox BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Johnson, Naomi Hunter, Fran- 
cis VanDuyne, Barbara Eichin, Dean Miriam Sheldon, Martha Herm 




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JANE PHILLIPS, senior manager 



GERALD MURTAUGH, senior manager 



Senior Managers Make Star Course a Well-Run Organization 



Serving as co-ordinating heads of Star Course are 
its two senior managers. One manager is responsi- 
ble for keeping the internal organization of Star 
Course running smoothly. The other manager is in 
charge of all the financial aspects of the organiza- 



tion. Together they devise a general plan and budget 
which provide a working pattern for the entire or- 
ganization. Beneath the two senior managers are 
eight juniors who are directly in charge of the spe- 
cific activities of Star Course. 



UNIVERSITY ENTERTAINMENT BOARD— TOP ROW: Dr. Howard Osborn, 
Dr. Harold Snyder, George Taubenek, Professor Duane Branmcjan BOTTOM 




ROW: Mary Ann Racki, Jane Phillips, Professor Warren Doolittle, chairman; 
Richard Prince, Gerald Murtaugh, Morris Carter 



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William Hall and Susan Harrison, junior managers 



Susan Schick and Carolyn Kinder, junior managers 



Juniors Conduct Responsibilities of Star Course Activities 



The eight junior managers are in charge of ad- 
vertising, concert arrangements, secretarial work, 
tickets, public relations, personnel, and publicity. 
The publicity and advertising managers begin to 
make concerts known several weeks before they ar- 



rive on campus. Press releases and pictures are sent 
to local newspapers; flyers and posters are distrib- 
uted. Accommodations for concert performers are 
made by the concert arrangements manager while 
the public relations manager arranges receptions. 



Jerilyn Hoffman and Donald Angus, junior managers 



David Player and Tamara Dazey, junior managers 





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ability to a spellbound audience. 



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POPULAR SAXIST Stan Getz gave an exciting 
jazz concert performance. 



Star Course Roster Augmented 
by Classical "New Dimension ' 



The 1 964- 1 965 Concert Series opened the season 
with the London Symphony Orchestra on October 4. 
Throughout the year, the series provided classical 
entertainment from the Roger Wagner Orchestra 
and Chorale, basso Ara Berbarian, pianist Rudolf 
Serkin, violinist Szymon Goldberg, and famed classi- 
cal guitarist, Andres Segovia. 

The "extra" concerts featured entertainment for 
both the lover of classical music as well as the de- 
votee of popular music. The featured concerts in- 
cluded The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The New 
York City Opera, which presented "Die Fleder- 
maus," and the New York City Ballet. The popular 
series included tenor saxist Stan Getz and song- 
stress Astrud Gilberto; the Gaslight Singers and the 
Outsiders; The Ford Caravan of Music, featuring 
the Serendipity Singers and the Oscar Peterson Trio; 
the ever-popular folk singer Harry Belafonte; and 
South Africa's gifted singer, Miriam Makeba. 

A Chamber Music Series, a new dimension in the 
Star Course roster, added four evenings of enter- 
tainment with such artists as Ralph Kirkpatrick, 
Henri Honegger and the Budapest String Quartet. 



RALPH KIRKPATRICK contributed his great talent 
to the new Chamber Music Series. 




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Campus Derives Pleasure from 
Low Cost High Quality Shows 



Star Course has been the source of culture and 
entertainment for over eight thousand persons in 
the combined University and resident community 
for the past seventy-three years. Throughout a year, 
Star Course presents a series of concerts designed 
to encourage the cultural advancement of its pa- 
trons. In fact, the purpose of Star Course is to bring 
the highest quality of entertainment for the lowest 
possible prices to the community. 

A student-operated and non-profit organization, 
Star Course is organized under the Concert and En- 
tertainment Board, a group consisting of six stu- 
dents and six faculty members. The Board assumes 
responsibility for policies, decisions and financial 
budgeting of the programs presented. Actual con- 
tracting of the performers is completed by the En- 
tertainment Board, who notifies Star Course what 
entertainers will be coming to the campus. After 
the Board has selected the program for the year. 
Star Course begins its advertising campaigns for its 
performers by distributing posters and releasing 
articles for publication. The next step: to sit back 
and enjoy some truly fine entertainment. 




ROGER WAGNER, FAMED choral director, adapts music 
for his orchestra and chorale. 




HARRY BELAFONTE proved his versatility 
in a thrilling concert. 



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of Julius Rudel. 



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STUDENTS AND FACULTY thrilled to the exotic 
sounds of Miriam AAakeba. 



BEFORE EACH performance the Chicago Symphony Orchestra must 
get used to the sounds of the auditorium. 



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Singers came to U of I. 



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SOPHOMORE MANAGERS— Mary Lou Jugg, Jo Ann Bargiel, Deana Weiss- 
man, Jamie Sanders, Nancy Schierhorn, Carol Larsoti, Sally Jeffries, Karen 
Fischer, Nancy Bacon, Marsha Reidel, Phyllis Garbe, Harris Greenwold, Dean 
Woodrum, Ed Murach, Paul Welch, Jon Haddon, Ken Beazley, Dave Garron, 
Rick Anderson, Carey Horwitz, Eldon Senner, John Vaiko 



Concerts Planned by Students 



The other junior managers of Star Course handle 
tickets and concert arrangements. 

While the concert is being publicized, the two 
ticket managers are furnishing tickets to the vari- 
ous box offices. The managers divide the tickets 
among the Auditorium, the Assembly Hall, and 
Smith Music Hall in the case of a concert series 
held in different places. The junior ticket mana- 
gers also keep account of how many tickets are 
sold, supervise ticket selling the night of the con- 
cert, and make ticket reports after the concert. 

An important part of the work of Star Course is 
handled by sophomores and freshmen. Forty mana- 
gers comprise the sophomore staff and the fresh- 
man staff has eighty members on it. Their duties 
include keeping office hours, collecting tickets, 
ushering at concerts and learning every phase of 
Star Course work. Throughout the year, the mem- 
bers of the sophomore staff serve on each of the 
Star Course committees and work directly under 
the supervision of each junior manager. The per- 
sonnel manager oversees the freshmen and sopho- 
mores. 



TOP ROW: Stephen Young, Donald Huisinga, Steve Walling, Richard Barton, 
Richard Fredricks, Robert West, Leonard Hilts BOTTOM ROW: Susanne 



Veach, Ann Holmin, Susan Fockler, Judith Larson, Lois Wright, Carolyn 
Weber, Marsha Mugg 




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University Theatre Combines Talent and Work to Advantage 



To provide a unique blend of entertainment and 
instruction, University Theatre produced six plays 
this year through the combined efforts of faculty 
and student staffs. Presented to the community on 
the Lincoln Hall stage were Inherit the Wind, di- 
rected by Webster Smalley; School for Wives, with 



Clara Behringer directing; and The Hydrogen Juke- 
box, a Festival of Contemporary Arts farce under the 
direction of Bernard Hewitt. 

University Theatre presented experimental drama 
and original productions at Armory Theatre. Nevi/ 
techniques in the theatre arts were introduced. 



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JOSEPH SCOTT, executive director 



ASSISTANT MANAGERS— TOP ROW: Monty Wynne, Sarah Aulvin, Carolyn 
Rosenberg SECOND ROW: Renee Thornbug, Flo Fuller BOTTOM ROW: 
Rosemary LaPorta, Judith Frieberg, Sheila Porn NOT IN PANEL: Mary 
Andrew, Kathleen Brooks, Nadine Foote, Tomlinson Holman, Diane Kehoe, 
Susan Kiss, Linda Legare, Alice Landgren, Maribeth Norton, Thomas Potenza, 
Susan Prawl, Miriam Rothman, Terrence Spiegel 



Theatre Directed by Board 



Faculty and student staff of University Theatre 
work together under the governing body of Theatre 
Board which regulates policy and exercises finan- 
cial control. The board is composed of official 
representatives appointed by the president of the 
University, students who represent the undergrad- 
uate and graduate members of Theatre and faculty 
representatives of Speech and Theatre Department. 

Under the Theatre Board, the entire organization 
is divided into faculty and student staffs. The 
faculty staff provides direction and supervision for 
all productions which are operated by the student 
staff. As executive director, Dr. Joseph Scott acts 
as co-ordinator for faculty staff and the student 
staff, directed by Gretchen Cornwe'l. 



BOTTOM ROW: Jan Wasson, Genevieve Richardson, Mary Arbenz, Bernard 
Hewitt, Roman Tymchyshyn NOT IN PANEL: Clara Behringer 




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JUNIOR BUSINESS MANAGERS TOP ROW: Gary Gardner, publicity; 
Sarah Glidden, box ofFice BOTTOM ROW: Joan Scott, house man- 
agement; Erika Busck, Armory business; Joan Southon, personnel 
NOT IN PANEL: Howard Farkash, house management; Carol Flat- 
ness, personnel; Karen Strohm, playbill; Patricia Murphy, publicity 




JUNIOR PRODUCTION MANAGERS TOP ROW: Marthanne Nelson, make up; Beverly 
LefFler, costumes; Mary Maffia, construction SECOND ROW: David Weiner, Armory 
production; Elizabeth Long, paint BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Novak, make-up; Judith 
Shiplock, properties NOT IN PANEL: Judith Stefanovic, costumes; Paul Anable, stage 
management 



From Crew to Managers^ Student Staff Generates Enthusiasm 



Directed by senior managers, the Student Staff 
provides Theatre manpower and actors and conducts 
production operations. The junior managers, each 
responsible for his specific department, guide the 
sophomores, who hold "trainee" positions. Mem- 



bers of the crew, the "core" of the Theatre, gener- 
ate endless behind-the-scenes enthusiasm. 

Outstanding University Theatre participants are 
honored with membership in Mask and Bauble and 
National College Players. 



SENIOR MANAGERS: Paula Jackson, personnel manager; Karen Evans, business 
manager; Gretchen Cornw/ell, general manager; Marilyn Lennert, stage man- 
ager; Dee Carter, production manager 




THEATRE BOARD- TOP ROW: Lyie Dahlenluirg, Francis Nachtmann, Herbert 
Kline, Joseph Scott, Robert Delzell BOTTOM ROW: Bernard Hewitt, 

Gretchen Cornwell, Paula Jockson, Carl Wallace 




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jealous husband in the farcical play. Merry Wives of Windsor. 



University Theatre Presented 
Two Shakespearian Dramas 



Two of William Shakespeare's most famous plays 
enlivened the spring productions of the University 
Theatre when the theatre group presented the play- 
wright's farcical Merry Wives of Windsor and his 
tragic drama, Julius Caesar. 

Those involved in the University Theatre often 
devote a great deal of time and energy to finding 
new ways of preserving the authenticity of produc- 
tions. The theatre plays, presented on a replica of 
the original Globe Theatre stage in London for a 
setting, captured the flavor and atmosphere of Eliz- 
abethan drama. In addition to constructing a 16th 
century stage, the theatre group arranged for its cos- 
tumes in Julius Caesar to be brought from New York 
to heighten the realistic and authentic effect of the 
production. 

The amateurs in the University Theatre have the 
help of expert advice on the latest techniques of 
acting. Cast members strive for convincing acting 
even in mob scenes, when each player portrays a 
unique personality. In the Shakespearian produc- 
tions, the students received professional help with 
acting from Mary Arbenz, who directed Merry 
Wives of Windsor, and Clara Behringer, who was 
the director of Julius Caesar. 



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Shakespearian play Julius Caeser. 




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BETRAM KATES, Gary Gardner, stops the examination of his sweetheart, Rachel Brown, Gene Miller, 
as the townspeople of Hillsboro look on in shock. 



Stirring Courtroom Drama Is Theatre's First Presentation 



To open the 1964-65 season University Theatre 
re-enacted the tense courtroom batt!e in the play, 
Inherit' the Wind, as directed by Webster Smalley. 
The play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Lee tells 
about the Scopes "monkey trial" which took place 



in Dayton, Tennessee, 1925. The complex issue of 
freedom of speech in classrooms brought together 
two world famous lawyers in verbal combat. 

Audiences who attended enjoyed the presenta- 
tion of a real spider monkey on stage. 



AN ORGAN GRINDER and his monkey add a note of humor to the serious 
discussion involved in the "monkey trial" on evolution. 



LAWYER HENRY DRUMMOND, Larry Maraviglia, confronts his opponent, Mathew 
Harrison Brady, Terry AAoore, with a piece of evolutionary evidence. 





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Highly Entertaining Plays 



Major Barbara, George Bernard Shaw's commen- 
tary on social conditions, was among the five pro- 
ductions selected by the University Theatre for 
performance this season. While Major Barbara was 
unusually well-received by the audience, the Uni- 
versity Theatre continued its success with The Fire- 
bugs and School for Wives, both directed by Miss 
Clara Behringer, A Man For All Seasons, directed 
by Miss Mary Arbenz, and Hydrogen Jukebox, di- 
rected by Barnard Hewitt. 



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Mary Sue Strine, and Bronterre Price, Guy St. Clair, discuss their fortunes. 




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AS MAJOR Barbara looks on, Andrew Undershaft, Mrs. Balnes, Jenny Hill, 
and Adolphers Cusins prepare to march for the Salvation Army. 



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the Undershaft household. 




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JOE HERNANDEZ, J. Keith Jensen, and Robert Grossberg witness 
the aftermath of Patricia Murphy's suicide in The Tenor. 




TENSION IS evident between Tom Barton and Pam Picker in 
this scene from I'm Dreaming But Am I? 



University Theatre Combines Unusual for Successful Plays 



The smaller stage of Armory Theatre provides a 
setting for the unusual and experimental in drama. 
Here graduate students direct, and bills are pro- 
duced with plays written by student playwrights 
of the University Theatre as contributors. 



BILL, KENNETH Lillquist, and James, George Glenn, enact 
a tense moment in The Collection by Harold Pinter. 



The first bill consisted of three one act plays 
presented on November 12-14. Herbert Kline di- 
rected The Collection, and Frank Wedekind did 
The Tenor, and I'm Dreaming But Am I?, written 
by Luigi Pirandello, was directed by Robert Scribe. 



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FIRST PLACE show presented by LAR North and Armory House was set in the Yukon, 
and included a pantomimed satire of villian, heroine and Keystone Cops. 




THE MIXED up fairy tale of "Jack and the Beanstalk," second place 
wmner presented by McKinley Hall and Newman Hall, depicted 
Jack's adventures in Hades, 






Unique Theme^ Unusual Shows Characterize Dad's Day Revue 




LAR SOUTH and Granada took third place with a serious show that 
emphasized man's experiences. 



DAD'S DAY REVUE DIRECTORS— TOP ROW: James Taylor, Richard Tanner, 
Richard Kenyon, David Fox, Dean Karl Mams BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn 




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Hill, William Berke, Michael Embrey, Ronald Steinkamp, Raymond Janis 



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INDIVIDUAL SHOW DIRECTORS— TOP ROW: Marilyn Robinson, McKinley- 
Neuman; Linda Ramsey, Allen North-Scott BOTTOM ROW: Susan Reace, 
McKinley-Newman; Carole Palus, LAR South-Granada NOT IN PANEL: 

Ronald Hoekstra, LAR South-Granada; Kathryn Clayton, LAR North-Armory 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - Ellen Miller, publicity; Sandra Mattoon, programs; 
Janet Zacha, arrangements; Cynthia turley, tickets; Sandra Nelson, co-pub- 
licity 



Winning Shows Combine Satire^ Humor^ Pathos^ and Mystery 



Lincoln Avenue Residence North and Armory 
House took first place trophies with their presenta- 
tion of an old-fashioned melodrama in the Gay Nine- 
ties. ". . . Where Jack's Beanstalk Came From," 
presented by McKinley Hall and Newman Hall took 



second. Third place winner, ". . . The Search for 
Good," was presented by Granada and Lincoln 
Avenue Residence South. ". . . What James Bond 
Would Do At the U. of I.," by Allen Hall North and 
Scott, featured Bond against the Administration. 




JAMES BOND faces innumerable dangers in the show presented 
by Allen Hall north and Scott Hall. 



LITTLE SCENERY and simple costumes emphasized the hardships man faces 
as he goes through life, in the show presented by LAR South and Granada. 






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TOP ROW: Professor Richard Hildwein, Arihur Wydti, Jon Gregg, Paul 
McMichael BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Russell, Professor Joe Sutton, Professor 



John Schacht, Beverly Susler NOT IN PANEL: Jack Bakker 



IPC Dedicated to Maintaining lllini Publications Quality 



Supervision of many Illinois' student publica- 
tions has, for the past 54 years, been the full-time 
project of the lllini Publishing Company. A non- 
profit organization, IPC has recently expanded 
with the addition of more publications and employ- 
ees. It is controlled by a governing board composed 
of four faculty members and four students. The 
faculty members must be nominated by the Dean 
of Students before being appointed by the Presi- 
dent of the University to serve a four-year term. 
The existing board then selects the four student 
members on the basis of scholarship and interest. 



From the student publication headquarters lo- 
cated in the lllini Hall basement, IPC board as- 
sumes the responsibility of selecting the editors of 
the DAILY ILLINI and the ILLIO. In addition to 
printing the Dl, the company provides administra- 
tion for Technograph and the University of Illinois 
radio station, WPGU. IPC also discusses the nu- 
merous problems of the publications it supervises, 
thus keeping them running smoothly and effi- 
ciently. Through IPC, the public continues to re- 
ceive the outstanding publications for which the 
University of Illinois is known. 



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Photo Staff Serves Dl, lllio 



Photo staff has grown to an all-time high this 
year, under the direction of Fred Herrmann, photo 
chief. Almost 26 members find their second home 
in the small office of the photo staff located in the 
basement of lllini Hall. Among staff workers are 
five young ladies who prove that even photography 
is not exclusively a male world. 

In the course of one week, photo staff members 
receive innumerable assignments from the lllio and 
Daily lllini editors, lllio calls upon photographers 
to find interesting and amusing pictures for Uni- 
versity Life section, as well as getting exciting ac- 
tion shots for Sports Section. Daily lllini pictures 
center on all aspects of campus living, from Home- 
coming to Student Senate elections. 

Photo staff is responsible to lllini Publishing 
Company and takes all local Daily lllini pictures. 



FRED HERRMANN, photo chief 



TOP ROW: Earl Lemar, Norman West, Tomas Martin, Wayne Kammerer, 
Michael Fahrenbacher, unidentified SECOND ROW: Clifford Elliot, Stephen 



Mann, Kenneth Abrams, Robert Piraino, Jih-Hsin Yang 
Nancy Hokanson, Pamela Smith, Judith Carlson 



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LARRY FEARS, photo editor 



JANICE FEASTER, editor-in-chief 



io Is Product of Large Staff Headed by Senior Editors 



The four managing editors of the lllio editorial 
staff regulate and guide the entire staff. The per- 
sonnel editor arranges interviews for those apply- 
ing for the lllio staff. Checking pictures and crop- 
ping with lay-outs is the task of the photo editor. 
All staffs turn in their copy to the copy editor who 



checks the materials for grammar, content and 
spelling mistakes. Supervising the lllio production 
is the editor-in-chief. 

In addition to individual assignments, all editors 
work together to co-ordinate each section so that 
the final product is uniform. 



CYNTHIA CURTISS, personnel editor 



SALLIE PAGELS, copy editor 



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THE EDITORS OF Organizations Section, Betty Cocking and 
David Berg, work together on proofreading copy. 




CAROL HAMILTON and Sally Folger, editors of Residences Section, 
look through the old ILLIOS to see if improvements can be made 
in the 1965 edition. 



Yearbook Illustrates Every Event of One's College Career 



The lllio is divided into six sections: Residences, 
Activities, Organizations, Sports, Seniors and Uni- 
versity Life. Each section is directed by two jun- 
iors. These editors see that copy and layout are 
completed in time to make the deadline. In addi- 
tion to the junior editors there are sophomore and 
freshman managers that help complete the book. 



The Organizations Section handles all the reli- 
gious, professional, service and honorary clubs in 
the University. Housing units are covered in the 
Residences Section: house officers and traditions 
are listed in this section. The Senior Section is a 
summary of activities and honoraries each senior 
has participated in during his years of college. 



BURIED UNDER a mountain of senior information sheets, Editors Lynne McNown 
and Carole Barclay begin the task of alphabetizing and classifying. 




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JOHN WOLLNEY and Randy Reu, sports editors, examine an 
action shot to see if it can go into the ILLIO. 



UNIVERSITY LIFE looks as if it is a sobering experience 
judging by the expressions of Helene Bielinski and Robert 
Johnson, editors. 



Individual Staffs Cover Variety of University Activities 



Through the work of three different divisions of 
the ILLIO many staff members learn a wide variety 
of experiences. The University Life Staff reviews 
general changes in the University of Illinois cam- 
puses over the year and also presents an accurate 
account of students' life. They work in conjunc- 
tion with the Photo Staff to obtain candid shots of 



each camupus. Activities Staff presents the high- 
lights of the year's dances, various publications' 
news, and other entertainment events. The staff 
concentrates mainly on extra-curricular organiza- 
tions. The Sports Staff offers a rundown on all 
sports events at the University. This includes all 
major, minor, and seasonal sports. 



YEARBOOK DEADLINES approach as Roberta Dimmer and Beverly 
Rosen, activities editors, rush to meet them. 



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TOP ROW: Karen Kanady, Sue Schmelzle, Wilma Wilson, Sarah Smith, 
Linda Reisin, Donna Morros SECOND ROW: Judith Kublik, Brenda Carl- 
son, Janice Ruke, Nancy Ackermann, Andy Skoar, Glenda Anderson, Jill 



Haas, Sandy Borgen BOTTOM ROW: Marcia Storey, Karen Sprague, Wendy 
Lindbeck, Barbara Susin, Ruth Samford, Carol Louis, Marilyn Gallo 



io Provides Excellent Training for Tomorrow's Writers 



Freshmen and sophomores on the Editorial staff 
of the ILLIO assume the responsibility of meeting 
set deadlines and gain knowledge of the publica- 
tion processes. They also learn more about their 
university while working in various departments, 
including campus life, activities, organizations, resi- 



dences, athletics, and seniors. The freshmen and 
sophomores working on each of the six staffs are 
selected on the basis of interest and willingness to 
work. While the sophomores write copy and make 
layouts, the freshmen assist in all phases of produc- 
tion, thus learning how to publish an ILLIO. 



TOP ROW: Kay Youngerman, Patricia Johnston, Catherine Lamprecht, Sally 
Blackford, Mary Hughes, Jean Matlock, Pamela Lorry SECOND ROW: 
Cheryl Berg, Joyce Biron, Dianne Krauss, John Baackes, Gary Snieski, 



Judy Forth, Lee Waclaw, Sheila Dribin BOTTOM ROW: Mary Aikman, 
Paula Schwenk, Linda Whitcomb, Nancy Flaks, Paulette Welge, Sheila 
Pusey, Janice Miller, Susan ClifFord 



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JUDITH RUPP, assistant business manager 




James Conner, sales manager; Joyce Berggren, advertising manager; 
John Schmidt, publicity; lllio Beauty contest manager 



Joyce Peterson, statistics manager; AAary Kinney, personnel records 
manager; JoEllen Karr, billing m:)nager 









DAVID SALYERS, senior manager 



Business Staff Is Supervised 



Organizing all the responsibilities with which the 
lllio Business Staff is confronted, is the basic job 
of the Senior Managers. Their duties entail the 
supervision of all publicity, sales, and finance. Aid- 
ing the seniors are nine junior managers, each head- 
ing a specific department. They, in turn, delegate 
tasks to the underclassmen. 



Mary Scheppach, advertising sales manager; Roberta Herbert, art 
manager; James Coughlin, personnel manager 




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TOP ROW Kendra Barragree, LaVonne McDowell, Renee Thornburg, Carol 
Mekkelson, Gregory Cohn, James Nuff, Gary Dycus, Gloria Goleas, Barbara 
Wallace, Rose Siegel SECOND ROW: Barbara Trisler, Julianne Venckus, 
Doris Walton, Wayne Rose, Donald Feige, Werner Gieseke, John Eck, 



Greta Gustafson, Karen Peterson, Carol Trimble, Fern Mann BOTTOM 
ROW: Mary Aspengren, Phyllis Czyzewski, Sandy Cohen, Paulette Isbitz, 
Nancy Schick, Bonnie Keys, Toni-Anna Bjorn 



Freshmen^ Sophomores Gain Experience from Business Staff 



The ILLIO Business Staff, numbering almost 100 
people, uses its office in the lllini Union as its base 
of operations for the sale and distribution of the 
ILLIO. The freshmen and sophomore members have 
the responsibility of selling the yearbooks and doing 



general office work during the university year. 

Through the work in the different departments, 
the freshmen and sophomores learn various aspects 
of business. Their capabilities make them available 
for future departmental heads. 



TOP ROW: Donna Nemke, Michael Roe, John Knezovich, Philip Ritter, 
Charles Maxey, Carl Alaimo, Toni Higgins BOTTOM ROW: Peggy 



Snowden, Karen Kepford, Kristen Skov, Barbara Johnston, Priscilla Co- 
henour, Joyce Juki 




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JANET VESPA, assistant news editor 



The Daily lllini Is a Student-Run^ Independent Newspaper 



Proud of a long tradition of editorial freedom, 
the Daily lllini, 94 years old, is now being rated as 
one of the nation's top two college dailies. The 
Daily lllini, which subscribes to the College Press 
and Associated Press wire services, is published by 
the lllini Publishing Company. With a circulation 



of 6300, the paper requires a 125 member staff to 
prepare the newspaper each day. 

Workers for the Daily lllini are divided into sev- 
eral separate staffs, each with an editor. The divi- 
sions are: business, state, city, news, copy, activi- 
ties, campus, sports and personnel. 



ANTHONY BURBA, executive editor 



BARBARA WHITESIDE, news editor 





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CAMPUS STAFF: Ann GUss, Dixie Cowan, John Schmedike NOT IN 
PANEL: Gerald Bean, William Currie, Victoria Packer, Janef Rigney 



State Editor on Crew of Dl 



In the spring of 1964, the Daily lllini instituted 
a new organizational structure. Besides the Edi- 
torial Board, there is a state editor who will cover 
matters which involve the state of Illinois. There 
are also two assistant news editors who will be re- 
sponsible for on and off campus coverage. 

Serving during Editorial Board meetings will be a 
librarian whose job will be to keep up pictures, news 
and biography files. 




SPORTS STAFF- TOP ROW: Stephen Kaufman, assistant sports editor; Law- 
rence Jontzen, Thomas Judge BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Beaupre, editor; 
Gregory Schirmer, assistant editor NOT IN PANEL: Judith Pachiarz, Stan 
Lwanicki 



CITY STAFF: Larry Finley, editor; Eric Wolff, William Byrns, Karen Johnson 




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ACTIVITIES STAFF: Jane Balliet, Martha Wagner, Sarahlou McMurray, editor; Norman Bernstein 



Three DAILY ILLINI Staffs Cover Wide Range of Activities 



The Dl Campus Staff covers all university affairs, 
U. of I. administration, and news of social organi- 
zations. Activities Staff concentrates on social serv- 
ice organizations; this includes I USA, religious foun- 



dations, and university housing. Also, the City Staff 
covers all events pertinent to the Ul community or 
the Champaign-Urbana area; court cases and coun- 
cil meetings are included. 



STATE STAFF; Patricia Faust, James Johnson, editor; Margaret Converse, Don Bisseil 




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BUSINESS STAFF — TOP ROW: Brian Nelson, James Loser, Robert Walker, Richard Kvale, Paul Winn, Robert Belinoff, Stephen Rhea, Gary Hufford 
BOTTOM ROW: Lois Davis, Victoria Gore, Peggy Dewitt, Karen Schein, Jane Rigney 



Business Staff Arranges Advertising for the DAILY ILLINI 



Selling advertising, selling subscriptions and 
keeping records for the office comprise a fraction 
of the duties of the business staff. 

The business staff is divided in two sections: 
display and classified. In addition to selling of ad- 



vertisements, display staff must design imaginative 
ads for those merchants who do not provide ready 
forms. The staff also assigns ads for each paper. 
Classified department takes care of classified ads 
and office records. 




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to staff member Terry Bradley. 



Engineers Do Entire Magazine 



Unlike the students of any other college on the 
Illinois campus, students in the College of Engineer- 
ing have a monthly publication — Technograph. 

Founded in 1885, Technograph is the oldest and 
one of the largest engineering publications in the 
United States. Engineers, sometimes referred to as 
being relatively illiterate, do all work on the maga- 
zine, including writing, cover drawings, page lay- 
outs, editing, business correspondence and advertis- 
ing and subscription sales. Undergraduates comprise 
the staff ; however, positions are not limited to engi- 
neering students. Working on the publication, pre- 
sents an opportunity for students to meet faculty 
members in their college. 

Nearly every sizeable engineering school has a 
technical student magazine, but few of them use a 
local-oriented new approach as Technograph does. 
The magazine reports on engineering research being 
conducted at the University and accomplishments 
of students and faculty in the Engineering College. 



TOP ROW: James Rea, Douglas March, Stephen Bryant, Barry Ehrman BOT- 
TOM ROW: Don Bisseil, Donald Summers, Henry Magnuski, Stuart Umpleby, 



Henry Shugars, David McClure 




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MANAGING EDITOR Donald Summers, Editor Stuart Umpleby and Associate Editor Henry Mag- 
nuski discuss the cover story for the next issue. 



PHOTO MANAGER David McClure and Production 
Manager Don Bissell select interesting photos for 
Technograph. 



TECHNOGRAPH Unites Engineering Students All Over the USA 



Technograph is published eight times during the 
school year, once each month, October through 
May. The magazine is self-supporting through na- 
tional and local advertising and through subscrip- 
tions. As one in a link of more than 50 member 



magazines of the Engineering College Magazines 
Associated, Technograph serves as a means of com- 
munication between the students of the University 
of Illinois College of Engineering and engineering 
students on other campuses throughout the country. 



DONALD SUMMERS and Circulation Manager Henry Shugar« finish the list of subscribers so that the first issue may be distributed. 



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TOP ROW: Stephen Samef, Kathleen Brooks, Susan Narten, Alfred Nutt 
BOTTOM ROW: David Roscetti, Robert Iverson 



Campus Station Serves As 
Dial Choice for Students 



The letters WPGU are very familiar to the thou- 
sands of students on the Urbana-Champaign cam- 
pus of the University of Illinois and also to the 
many alumni as the call letters of the student- 
operated radio station on the campus. Often de- 
scribed as the "Student Voice and Dial Choice," 
WPGU does entertaining for 1 1 ,000 students living 
in 24 residence halls and one foundation dormitory. 
At the present time, the station has an application 
before the Federal Communications Commission 
for a commercially operated FM broadcasting li- 
cense. 

Today, it is really one of the nation's largest fi- 
nancially independent closed-circuit or "carrier 
current" radio stations. Equipment that is worth 
well over $20,000 and purchased through the sales 
of radio time to local and national advertisers is 
housed in studios located in the University's Wes- 
ton Hall residence basement. At Weston Hall, 
WPGU is provided with the necessary broadcasting 
facilities used throughout its programs. 





TOP ROW: Paul Klein, Raymond Thill, Thomas Tutein, Samuel Dileto SECOND ROW: Gail Johnson, Unidentified, 
Barbara Swanson, Eugene Neigoff, George Ber.kerman BOTTOM ROW: Mike Branda, Brian Nelson, Frank 
Weiner, Robert Strand 



TOP ROW: k'ohrrl Cluiber, Gcorcie A/olickis, JeH M.irtiiii, Lor Dnvis, Mike 
I'.ivlov, How.ird Gund.'o SECOND ROW: iV'tly l.w.uofl, Sue Given, Wondy 
i.rossm.in, Santly S -iikus, Rill I ,miI,> BOTTOM ROW: Rick llcdnar, Joan 
Ancn, Linda Ramsey, Joan Solomon, C.tioline Feld, Tim Spannnus 



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Student-Run Radio Serves 
Varying Interests^ Moods 



Variety in programming is a key to WPGU's suc- 
cess on campus. The station provides a well bal- 
anced schedule of music, news, and special events. 
Attempting to satisfy diverse interests, WPGU 
presents programs of classical and popular music. 
An hour a day is devoted to specialized music. 

WPGU is a big business, and approximately 200 
volunteer students and a seven-member managerial 
council are needed for the operation of the station 
twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The 
students working at the station are not only com- 
munications majors, but come from various colleges, 
ranging from commerce to agriculture. To work at 
the station, interested students sign up for some 
jobs, such as engineering or secretarial work. Audi- 
tions are held for those who want to go into an- 
nouncing or news casting. 

While some members of WPGU's staff are work- 
ing only for fun, others hope to use experience 
gained at the station in careers in the radio indus- 
try. 




TOP ROW: Morris Oldham, treasurer; Arnold Klinsky, program director; 
Dan Wiberg, information director; Arleda Watson, commercial manager; 
Ed Schaefer, chief engineer BOTTOM ROW: James Hattendorf, station 
manager NOT IN PANEL: Tracy Wright, office manager 




TOP ROW: John Vicari, Robert Switer, Ron Peterson, Robert Prosek, Tom Remec, Jim Vacher- 
lon, William Veatch BOTTOM ROW: Jax Sexton, Dan Krabill, Jackie Giles, Rae Ogusche- 
witz. Bob Passovoy, Warren Williamson, Irwin Berman 



Jerry Goldberg, John Shields, Bill Lueck, Nancy Britt, Jim Lifton, John Vicari, Ray Matthes, 
Dennis Neiman, Richard Little, Tom Girard, JeflF Martini, Ken Maier 




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TOP ROW: David Gillespie, Lyie Smith, J. Richard Stables, Gerald Leech, 
Michael Holty, W. Stewart Minton BOTTOM ROW: Charles Hendricks, 



Arno Hill, Francis Weeks, Victor Kamber, Larry Lincoln, Timothy Madigan 
NOT IN PANEL: Joseph Corley 



Board Rises to Challenge of Changing University Life 



The Board of Fraternity Affairs, endeavoring to 
promote understanding and harmonious relation- 
ships among fraternities and other housing groups 
on the campus, strives to be the instrument through 
which Interfraternity Council members adapt to 
the challenges of university life. 

Established in 1 946, the Board acts as a fraternity 
policy-making body, serving as the board of appeals 
for the Interfraternity Council's Judicial Committee 
decisions and making the ultimate recommendation 
to the Subcommittee on Student Discipline when 
University rules and regulations are involved in a 
policy decision. 

This year the Board, consisting of three faculty 
fraternity members, three alumni members, five 
students who are elected officers of the Interfra- 
ternity Council Executive Committee, and the As- 



sistant Dean of Men for Fraternity Affairs, devoted 
a large portion of its time to discussing and evaluat- 
ing the Interfraternity Council's rush programs dur- 
ing the past year. 

Additional projects of major significance were 
the preparation and writing of the history of the 
fraternity system at the University of Illinois, a 
comprehensive study of scholarship programs, and 
the discussion of a co-operative buying plan within 
the fraternity system itself. 

The Board of Fraternity Affairs desires to de- 
velop each fraternity so that it will fit into the fra- 
ternity system effectively while maintaining a satis- 
factory academic record, sound finances, and clear 
disciplinary standards. The Board attempts to bring 
a clearer understanding of responsibility and lead- 
ership to the fraternities. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— TOP ROW: W. Stuart Minton, dean of fraternity 
men; Richard Murphy, chairman president's advisory council; Michael Levin, 
rush chairman; Larry Lincoln, secretary; Gerald Leech, treasurer BOTTOM 



ROW: Michael Holty, external vice president; Victor Kamber, president; 
Richard Stables, administrative vice president; Timothy Madigan, executive 
vice president 



Executive Committee and Program Board Execute IFC Policy 



The Interfraternity Council strives to provide the 
atmosphere for acquiring an education and to make 
positive contributions to the development of each 
man in a physical, moral, social, and intellectual 
way. In two of its seven divisions, the Executive 
Committee and the Program Board, most of the 



general IFC policy is drafted. Executive Commit- 
tee, composed of the elected officers of IFC, dis- 
cusses issues of interest for presentation to the 
Council. Program Board prepares programs from 
policies ratified by the Presidents' Council for pres- 
entation to Executive Committee for approval. 



PROGRAM BOARD— TOP ROW: James Stenberq, Charles Mead, Charles 
Hulick, David West BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Flynn, John Stables, Ray 



Perisho, Ronald Broida, Gerald Schoonhoven, Larry Pflederer 




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PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL— TOP ROW: James Piatt, Kenneth Yanzey, David 
Mitchell, Timothy Madigan, Robert Moreen, Harlan Beckley, Robert Patterson 
THIRD ROW: Ronald Lipinski, Kenneth Kostal, David Ellis, Eugene Tattini, 
Richard Murphy, Douglas Scudamore, Dennis Siebold SECOND ROW: John 
LaFond, Martin Dyer, Robert Glazebrook, David Sacks, Ronald Broida, Wil- 
liam Storbeck, Sheldon Cohen BOTTOM ROW: James Corcoran, Gerald 
Murtaugh, Dennis Nelson, Frank Matiasek, Anthony Lawson NOT IN 
PANEL: William Smith, John Riordan 



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President's Council Has Final Authority in IFC Structure 



Two other of the seven divisions of IFC execute 
important functions. The President's Council acts 
as the legislative body of the system and has final 
authority over the other five divisions. It is com- 



PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL— TOP ROW: James Coughlin, Leslie Thatcher, Gerald 
Schoonhoven, Walter Kurclewski, Norman Nelson, John Rudin THIRD 
ROW; Jack Bakker, Larry VanHorn, Robert Manning, John Pflum, Russell 
Cotton SECOND ROW: Victor Olson, John Bernhardt, Charles Given, 
Allen Chiss, Terry Brennen BOTTOM ROW: David McClure, Dennis Hackett, 
Lewis Greenstein, Howard Karm 



posed of the presidents of the 57 fraternities. The 
President's Advisory Committee, composed of ten 
fraternity presidents, analyzes programs of IFC and 
advices the Executive Committee. 




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Darryl Anderson, David Brent, Steve Bernstein, Alan Blackw^ood, Don Briggs, Lsrry Cohen, Sy Coleman, Bill Cottier, Hen:on Dial, Donald 
Goddard, Allan Goldstein, Ned Hartline, Steve Hindman, Bob Johnson, Rick Johnson, Bob Kaesebier, Jim Kaithlay, John Koogarrie, Sam Leno, 
John Lere, Terry Logsdon, Richard Low/ery, Bill Mattes, Bill Mavio, Bill Mavis, Jim McKee, Edward Meyer, Brad Morley, James Olson, Ross 
Peter, Warren Peterson, Jim Pow/ers, Ralph Reed, Gary Rippon, Dave Robinson, Ken Rochells, Gene Saltzberg, Dale Schunk, Ken Seeger, 
Peter Sentman, Bruce Simons, John Stapleton, Richard Studwell, Dennis Tierney, Dick Tomlin, Michael Torgersen, Gary Turnbull, Bob Va- 
lecka. Cliff Wenz, Jack Woddell, Michael Wood, Lester Wrobal, Allen Yusim, Stewart Zelmar 



Junior Interfraternity Council Keeps Pace With Times 



Junior Interfraternity Council has been changed 
this year to improve its services for fraternity 
pledges, creating an organization that has become 
an active voice of pledge classes. The creation of a 
JIF Co-ordinating Board has effected a closer liaison 
between JIF and IF, providing better training and 
education for its members. 

Several aspects of university life, including schol- 
arship, public relations, social activities, publica- 
tions, rush, and pledge training, have been given 
definite attention by J I F through constant improve- 
ment and explanation. Reports and surveys, special 
service projects, discussions, speakers, and case 
studies have helped secure more appreciation and 
undertanding of these areas. 

One of the highlights of this new program was 
a JIF Pledge Class Meeting, held at the start of the 
fall semester, A stimulus for interest in IF and JIF, 
it was the first assembly of its kind and allowed 
pledges to meet Dean Minton, IF Executive Council 
and Program Board members, and IF and JIF repre- 
sentatives from each house. 

With the formulation of a specialized advisory 
system and a Co-ordinating Board, JIF and IF have 
been able to maintain a close relationship. JIF is 
also provided with an advisory system. 

The new program has proved to be far superior 
to those of the past and is a good example for the 
future. An efficient JIF paves the way for a well 
organized and functioning fraternity system. 



TOP ROW: Ronald Broida, JIF co-ordinator; Kent Scater, president; Fred 
Moloznik, sec.-treas. BOTTOM ROW: Harlan Beckley, co-ordinations com- 
mittee; A. Robert Kassin, co-ordinations committee NOT IN PANEL: Wil- 
liam McNeill, program coordinator 




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Panhellenic Institutes New Plan of Deferred Rush in 1965 



Panhellenic combines and solidifies the goals of 
every sorority. It supports the academic and social 
development of each individual living under the 
sorority system. Sorority girls are encouraged to 
participate in various campus activities and thus 
to broaden their experiences, to make a genuine 
contribution to the university, and also to gain per- 
sonal enjoyment and satisfaction. 

The primary structure of Panhellenic remained 
unaltered this year except for the elimination of 
the position of junior senator as a consequence of 
a new senate ruling. Panhellenic operates through 
an Exectuive Council and its President's Council, 



which govern the twenty-five national sororities. 
The Executive Council is the executive and judi- 
cial section, while the President's Council serves 
as the legislative body. 

This year's rush, one of Panhel's most important 
programs, was delayed until second semester. The 
advantage of deferred rush, the new plan, is that 
freshmen are given a chance to go into rush after 
being on campus for one semester. 

Panhellenic functions are not restricted to so- 
rority activities. With the Interfraternity Council, 
it is publishing a magazine intended to establish 
finer communications between the two. 



PANHELLENIC OFFICERS — TOP ROW; Julie Heiple, treasurer; Barbara Eichen, vice president; Linda Rigor, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Rita Bell, president 




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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Carroll Ann Imie, Barbara Homer, Carol 
Meiller, Marian Hull, Jean Scheltes, Lynne Williams BOTTOM ROW: Vickie 
Vogel, Jacqoelyn Warner, Demaris Walton, Kay Kittelson, Carol Green, Paula 



Gottschalk, Barbara Eichin, Kay Rigor, Miss Barbara Metzner, Julie Heiple, 
Rita Bell 



Panhel Leaders Strive for Modernization as the 1965 Goal 



PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Diane Meyer, Cynthia Curtiss, Mary 
Johnston, Jan Davies, Jane Phillips, Miriam Greenberg, Gail Veasman, 
Kathryn Christ, Robery Tipton, Kathryn Olmstead, Barbara Geiser, Paula 
Jackson, Myrna Evans, Marilyn Swartz SECOND ROW: Ruth Reichert, 



Marilyn Brown, Julie Heiple, Barbara Eichin, Rita Bell, Kay Rigor, Miss 

Barbara Metzner, Sarajane McWilliams, Lucy Becker BOTTOM ROW: Hilda 

Weeks, Nancy Wolper, Georgia Chapman, Carolyn Clark, Leslie Duryea, 
Marguerite Condon, Jennie Petrarca 




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JUDICIAL BOARD— TOP ROW: Beverly Rosen, Woodle Ingram, Kathleen 
Sheahan, Carol Green, chairman; Dawne Wood, Barbara Homer BOTTOM 



ROW: Miss Barbara Metzner 



Rush Problems Are Responsibilities of Judicial Committee 



Rush infractions, petitions for initiations, and 
house problems are decided by Judicial Committee. 

Five members-at-large and the chairman discuss 
each individual case with regard to consequences 
and precedent. Secret ballots are taken on each 
petition and recorded for reference. 



After each rush, a special committee goes over 
problems and rough points of the last rush. Their 
recommendations enable the next rush to run more 
efficiently and more effectively. 



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RUSH EVALUATION COMMITTEE: Sybil Orne, Miss Barbara Metzner, Rita 
Bell, Susan Mails, Carol Meiller, Joann Weibel, Cynthia Curtiss, Barbara 



Homer, Demaris Walton, chairman 




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CLOCKWISE: Joan Ward, Nancy Noble, Martha Herm, Jacquelyn Warner, Rita Bell, Dean Jean Hill, advisor; Lynne Dishman, Kathy Curran, 
Nancy Pleskovitch, chairman NOT IN PANEL; Jennie Petrarca, Barbara Metzner, advisor; Lynne Lampman, secretary 



Committee is Sounding 
Board for Opinions 



IFC. Panhell Re-Schedule 
Greek Week's Festivities 



The ten-member WISA-Panhellenic Co-ordina- 
tions Committee serves as a forum where the opin- 
ions of ail women on campus can be aired. The 
committee investigates any problem arising over 
privileges, regulations and responsibilities. By work- 
ing with the Dean of Women and with the various 
house presidents, the committee attempts to main- 
tain a satisfactory environment for learning. In addi- 
tion, members of the committee work to further 
good relations between WISA and Panhellenic. 



This year Greek Week, presented annually by the 
Interfraternity and Panhellenic Councils, changed 
from the spring to the fall. Under the leadership of 
Major Chairman Vicki Snyder and Chuck Hulick, 
the week of November 16-22 was scheduled with 
many traditional activities, such as the llliolympics 
and a few new ideas, like a bridge tournament for 
fraternity and sorority house mothers. 

College Bowl finals and an informal dance for 
the entire campus climaxed Greek Week. 



TOP ROW: Joan Scott, Nancy Voskya, Lois Davis, Mary Lou Fisher, Suellen Stahmer, Sandra Koerner, Eleanore Schreiner, Marsha Mugg 
SECOND ROW: Jim Gleave, Paul Mack, Victoria Snyder, Charles Hulick, Roy Piatt BOTTOM ROW: Gene Skaggs, Joseph Hayek, Kurt 

Salomon, James Wamsley 




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Prom Has a Midwestern Flavoi 



This year marked the presentation of the 52ncl 
annual Plowboy Prom, sponsored by the Agriculture 
and the Home Economics Council. The theme for 
the dance was "County Fair," and couples were ap- 
propriately bedecked in traditional costumes. Girls 
clad in calico and their escorts dressed in levis were 
square dancing in the lllini Union Ballroom. 

For the less "athletically inclined" couples, re- 
laxing music was provided, Johnny Bruce and his 
orchestra entertained in the lllini Room. The atmos- 
phere offered an authenticity of country-style 
peacefulness. The highlight of the dance was the 
crowning of the plowboy queen. Chosen to be queen 
by couples attending the dance was Cheryl Smith. 
The crowning of the 1964 Queen, Cheryl Smith, 
was done by last year's royalty, Pat Clickener. 

In accordance with the main idea of the Prom, a 
folksinging group also participated on the enter- 
tainment agenda. The audience listened while eat- 
ing box lunches prepared by the "plowgirls" for 
themselves and their dates. 



PLOWBOY PROftA WAS an evening to remember 
for Cheryl Smith, 1964 queen. 



STRAINS OF DO se do and promenade left carried 
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MARGARET ISMAILA, associate director, and Jan Bear, president, 
discuss plans for Freshman Conference. 



Y.W.C.A. CABINET members prepare to leave 
for their annual retreat in the fall. 



World Travel Is Part of YWCA 



Conferences in Lebanon, Colombia and Mexico 
are a part of the opportunities offered by the YWCA 
at the University. It is a place where ideas can be 
encountered in depth, making one's education more 
meaningful. Students are singularly in charge of 
planning the Y programs and seeing them executed. 



The University YMCA - Bustling Center for Many Activities 



The YMCA holds a unique place in the University 
of Illinois community by sponsoring many programs. 
Activities range from such functions as Freshman 
Council, Little United Nations, and International 
Supper to Camera Club, Freshman Firesides, and 



the Civil Rights Committee. The YMCA also serves 
as an informal meeting spot for a chat over a ham- 
burger or a cup of coffee. It is no wonder then that 
the Illinois "Y" has grown to be one of the oldest 
and largest YMCAs of its kind in the country. 



YMCA CABINET— TOP ROW: John Price, director; Gary Gladding, Harlan 
Henson, David Player, William Hirt, Edward Nestingen, James Potter, Wil- 
liam Elder, Peter Birkemoe BOTTOM ROW: Ra.'.dy Reu, John Anderson, 



recorder; Law/rence Miller, first vice president; Richard Harper, president; 
John Akin, second vice president; Augustine Okonkwo, Van Brahana 




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MIA Stands for Men in Action 



Men's Independent Association this year unoffi- 
cially adopted the phrase "Men In Action" as its 
name. MIA has proven itself to be a group of ac- 
tive, energetic and interested individuals directly 
concerned with the man living independently at 
the University of Illinois. MIA attempts to in- 
crease the number of benefits its members can pre- 
sent to and derive from the campus as a whole. 

As usual, the MIA social calendar was full this 
year, with the annual Dad's Day Revue, sponsored 
by MIA, WISA and MRHA, beginning the season. 
The theme of this year's Ruvue, "If You Only 
Knew . . .," provided great opportunity for creative 
and entertaining shows. The next big social event 
was the Sno-Ball dance, "Frosty Fantasy," pre- 
sented by MIA and the Women's Independent Stu- 
dent Association. 

Through its program, MIA showed itself to be a 
true leadership organization. 



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TOP ROW: Norbert Soltwedel, vice president of personnel; Ray Janis, 
treasurer; Joseph Coyne, vice president of external affairs; Allan Williger, 
secretary BOTTOM ROW: James Johnson, vice president of house serv- 



ices; Ron Steinkamp, executive vice president; Richard Tanner, president; 
Joseph Waters, vice president of organizations; Edwin Crego, vice president 
of publications NOT IN PANEL: David Grieve, social chairman 




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MONDAY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES— TOP ROW: George Wenger, Michael 
Thiry, Thomas Conner, Robert Dye, William Boucek, Bruno Bertucci, Karl 
Lund, Andrew Mickevicius, George Pawlowski, Roger Strohman, John Aggen, 
Scott McLaren THIRD ROW: Thomas Geistler, Robin Knox, Robert O'Brien, 
Joseph Kramer, Albert Dittman, Kevin O'Keefe, David Mcllvoy, James Walker, 
Robert Mclooley, John Pasierb, Jay Lerner, Michael Gillman, Howard Tay- 



lor, Richard Dodge, John Lynn, James Gonzalzles, Robert White SECOND 
ROW: Norbert Soltwedel, Joseph Coyne, James Johnson, Edwin Crego, 
Ronald Steinkamp, Richard Tanner, Joe Waters, David Grieve, Raymond 
Janis, Alan Williger BOTTOM ROW: Larry Ruhl, Randall Brian, Gary Roth, 
James Majka, John Hager, Charles HofF, Patrick Ahem, Robert Gibbs, Stephen 
Davis, Paul Jorgensen, Jarr.es Branch, Ronald Hardesty 



MIA Expands Services Through Both Old and New Programing 



In the past year, MIA established the Freshman 
Board to provide leadership training for outstanding 
freshmen. MIA's constitution and by-laws were 
also revamped and reorganized. 

In addition to these innovations, MIA retained 



many of its past programs. Ideas were exchanged 
at the annual leadership conferences, activity and 
scholarship awards were presented at a spring ban- 
quet, and relations among houses were co-ordinated 
by the Monday Council. 



MIA FRESHMAN BOARD: Russell Andres, Harlow Armstrong, Daniel Balz, 
Lawrence Baxter, Richard Beyers, Alan Bilyeu, Thomas Btirch, Robert Curry, 
James Dalton, Stephen Dilks, William Douglas, Michael Embrey, Eugene 
David, Frank Heitzman, Robert Kennedy, Larry Leone, David Linden, Phillip 
McCall, James McCreary, Edward McMillan, Francis Moreau, Allan Nordrig, 



Kevin O'Keefe, Joseph Page, Martin Pluth, Randall Redfern, Matthew Riley, 
James Robinson, William Robinson, Russell Rumple, Duane Schmitt, Carl 
Schettman, Robert Smithwick, Richard Stewardson, Richard Taylor, William 
Watson, George V^enger, Dennis Williams, Jerry Zachary, Thomas Zelnio 




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MICHAEL FOX, president of Men's Residence Hall Association 



MRHA Puts Emphasis on 
Individualism in Houses 



The Men's Residence Halls Association tries to 
provide a program of activity which will interest 
and involve a group of 5,000 men. Through the ac- 
tivity, the Association attempts to help each resi- 
dent develop scholastically, socially, and culturally. 
Among the programs sponsored throughout the 
year by MRHA are leadership training sessions, 
band concerts, and various speakers. 

Because of its continual expansion and the de- 
centralized locations of its residence halls, MRHA 
places more and more emphasis on individualism on 
the part of its member houses. Each hall is urged 
by the Association to appeal to the varied interests 
of its individual residents. 

The Executive Council of MRHA represents 
MRHA on campus and manages the internal busi- 
ness of the Association. The Council advises the 
President's Council on MRHA and campus affairs. 



TOP ROW: Raymond Goode, Garner Hall; Willard Martens, Scott Hall; 
Robert Rom, secretary; Don Murphy, Snyder Hall; Richard Kenyon, treasurer; 
Robert Lee, Pennsylvania Avenue Residence; Robert Barkman, Illinois Street 



Residence BOTTOM ROW: William Young, external ^/ice president; David 
Kabrick, infernal vice president; Michael Fox, president; Jose Sanchez, execu- 
tive vice president; Henry Wertheimer, administrative vice president 




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An Executive Board Governs 
The Immense MRHA Structure 




President's Council and Judicial System are the 
main governing bodies of MRHA. 

Legislative changes are handled by President's 
council; it is here that the constitution, by-laws 
and judicial code are reviewed. The council also 
appropriates funds and selects its officers. 

Corrective measures are decided upon in the ju- 
dicial system of MRHA. Cases are first reviewed 
by the judicial boards of the individual houses. In 
most instances, the case will be settled at the first 
level of judicial action. If an appeal is made, how- 
ever, the Association Judicial Board will review the 
appeal and make a decision concerning the case in 
question. The MRHA Judicial Board has jurisdiction 
in more serious disciplinary matters. 

The Judicial System of MRHA is designed to be 
used primarily for corrective measures and before 
punitive action is necessitated. 



JUDICIAL BOARD: Ronald Albert, James Elbaor, David Kabrick, Frank Mikes, 
Jr., Herbert Harback 



TOP ROW: George Franklin, Edward Stanton, David Etherton, Kenneth 
Heise, Raymond Koladycz, Jeff Winkelhake, Roger Ramsay, James Percy, 
William Kehoe, Emerson Lacey, Donald Crownover, Frank Schweitzer, Don 
Kaiser, Charles Seiud, Steve Himmelstein SECOND ROW: Thomas Hanes, 
Samuel Klein, William Balsley, Robert Rifkin, Charles Hug, Edward Wie- 
techa, Andrew Boston, Thomas Campbell, Robert Johnson, Daniel Barchers, 
Leslie Harris, William Vokac, Robert Krumwiede, Barry Glaser, John Richards, 



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Kenneth McMillan BOTTOM ROW: William Lyman, Forbes area chairman; 
Willard Martens, Scott area chairman; Donald Murphy, Snyder area chair- 
man; Robert Rom, MRHA section secretary; Henry Wertheimer, administrative 
vice president; David Kabrick, internal vice president; Michael Fox, MRHA 
president; Jose Sanchez, executive vice president; William Young, external 
vice president; Raymond Good, Garner area chairman; Robert Lee, PAR area 
chairman; Richard Berk, Gary Dandurand 



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"THE LAST DAYS of Pompeii," MRHA formal, had 
to have carefully constructed scenery. 



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events at PAR and ISR, both coed dorms. 



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ini Guides Help to Make U. of I. Introduction Enjoyable 



Once again, as in the past, lllini Guides continued 
to fulfill their duties in the orientation of new stu- 
dents. The students serving as Guides are a specially 
selected group, who enjoy working with incoming 
students and are willing to give up their time. 
Guides receive training at the spring and fall work- 



shops. During summer. Guides correspond with 
"their" freshmen. In fall they arrive early to help 
introduce students to the U. of I. 

Guides also helped in the Student-Faculty Tele- 
vision Forums, New Year's convocation and plan- 
ning programs for individual houses. 



ILLINI GUIDES performed the important task of acquainting incoming freshmen with University of Illinois Campus 




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TOP ROW: David Grieve, Nancy Montgomery, Joseph Coyne, Fay Atwood, 
Kenneth McMillan, Norberf Soltwedel BOTTOM ROW: Linda Tolon, Kath- 
erine Jeske, Kenneth Nimrick, Kay Geiger, Larry Howell, Joseph Hampton, 



major co-chairman; Carol Kurzeja, major co-chairman 
Marilynn Johnson, James Walker 



NOT IN PANEL: 



MARTHA HERM congratulates excited Catherine 
Cravi/ford, Sno-Ball queen. 




Sno-Ball Toasts "Jack Frost" 



Nov. 7 was the date for the fourteenth annual 
Sno-Ball, sponsored by Women's Independent Stu- 
dent Association and Men's Independent Associa- 
tion. 

Jack Frost decorations put couples in a winter 
mood. Tables and chairs were set up in the South 
Lounge which allowed a few moments of relaxation 
between dances. A lovely evening gave couples an 
excuse to wander out on the patios during inter- 
mission. Voting for the queen was done by placing 
ticket stubs in the ballot boxes. At 1 1 p.m. the 
votes were counted. After the queen's crowning, 
a coronation dance was held, led by the royalty. 

A dozen roses and a charm bracelet were given 
to the queen. Each member of the court was also 
given a bracelet as a remembrance of the evening. 



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NANCY GOLDEN, candidate 






SUSAN MAYSON, candidate 



CATHERINE CRAWFORD, queen 



BARBARA REID, candidate 



Queen Coronation Highlight of Fourteenth Annual Sno-Ball 



The highlight of the 1964 Sno-Ball, sponsored 
by the Women's Independent Student Association 
and the Men's Independent Association, was the 
crowning of Miss Catherine Crawford as the four- 
teenth Sno-Ball queen. After being crowned at mid- 
night, she was presented with a trophy. 

The dance's theme, "Frost Fantasy" was borne 
out by the decorations which depicted Jack Frost 
painting windows and trees on the dance floor. 

Wayne Karr's orchestra provided the music. 



JACK FROST seems to be congratulating 
Queen Catherine Crawford. 



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An Ever Expanding WISA Initiates Many Novel Programs 



1964 was a special year for WISA; the organiza- 
tion celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. Dean of 
Women Miriam Shelden presented a history of the 
organization at the fall presidents' workshop. 

The first group of independent women students 
organized in 1914 and met weekly to talk and knit. 
In 1922 the group became a service organization 
and was named Women's Group System, The group 
became Women's Independent Student Associa- 
tion three years ago. 

The first year as a group, WGS raised $75 for 



Madame Curie; in 1963 WISA gave $2000 in 
awards and scholarships. 

All independent women on campus are members 
of WISA. Living units in the organization range 
from small co-ops and private houses to huge dorms. 

Over the year, WISA sponsors a wide variety of 
activities. This year WISA helped start campus- 
wide tutoring programs. 1964 also began a three 
year scholarship drive. Other activities include; 
Freshman board, Dad's Day Review, Sno-Ball, spring 
mothers' luncheon, and freshmen mixer. 



TOP ROW; Barbara Katzmann, Marilyn Johnson, Ellen Horwitz, Margaret 
Kemp, Virginia Slane, Barbara Gibian, Ethelynn Dishman SECOND ROW: 
Marlene Brill, Virginia Hackl, Martha Herm, Katherine Curran, Sharalyn 



Borchers BOTTOM ROW: Martha Youngdale, Katherine Wiedewuldt, Ruth 
Battaglia NOT IN PANEL: Dean Hill, advisor 



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WISA FRESHMAN BOARD TOP ROW; Nancy Schroeder, Arlene Page, 
Joyce Cutler, Karen Deneholz, Rosalyn Johnson, Elsa Theile, Kafherine Alex- 
ander, Toby Dyner THIRD ROW: Diana Guenther, Nancy Freifeld, De- 
borah Anderson, Elaine Eldrup, Melanie Thomas, Lorayne Warber, Martha 
Scott, Sandi Henderson, Laura Lowe, Gayle Siegal, Lynette Petish, Carol 
Walsh, Mary Niles SECOND ROW: Myrna Breakenridge, Sara Soder, 



Mary Wander, Alane Peterson, Lee Hagenson, Katheleen Provancher, Saralee 
Strauss, Beverly Slovin, Sue Rosenberg, Donna Levin, Sherri Rubin BOT- 
TOM ROW: Georgia Booras, Karen Harms, Janis Africh, Rosemary Nelson, 
Susan Levy, Katheline Hohmann, Janet Thompson, Jean Celendenin, Martha 
Youngdale, Kathryne Comparini 



Freshman Board and Second Council Active in WISA Affairs 



Freshman Board, composed of fifty freshman 
women, acts as a training ground for future work 
in WISA and other activities. The members plan 
programs acquainting them with the faculty and 
staff, campus activities, and other cultural aspects. 
In spring they also present a Mom's Day Luncheon. 



Composed of presidents and representatives from 
different houses, the Second Council serves as the 
voice of WISA on campus. It meets weekly and 
receives information about important events and 
issues on campus; this information is then distribu- 
ted to individual WISA members. 



WISA SECOND COUNCIL TOP ROW: Doris Stier, Dorinda Rodda, Nancy 
Delaplane, Joanne Muir, Rosemary Boehle, Barbara Henneman, Martha 
Ginpel, Roberta Henner, Barbara Wirczak, Helene Bak, Carol Hughes, Ethel 
Jacobson, Ruth Katzin, Jean Makula, Barbara Keohta, Ethelynn Dishman, 
Sandy Nelson, Ruth Blachumod, Anita Miller, Sheryl Sucherman THIRD 
ROW: Judith Runion, Sandra Hilder, Sharon Stauffer, Judith Buckley, Nancy 
Montgomery, Martha Daczyszyn, Sue Hersey, Sonja Johnson, Lenore Kerzen- 
ski, Joyce Behrens, Judith DeGroote, Katherine Niven, Mary Gieske, Hedwig 



Nikol, Carol Cahan, Susan Mills, Inge Rembe, Linda Ramsey SECOND 
ROW: Janet Tucker, Susan Wartell, Judith Froy, Lois Bruckman, Mary 
Raihofer, Teri Steiner, Sara Richey, Sharon Harvey, Barbara Gibian, Kath- 
erine Curran, JoAnne Groth, Susan O'Trembiak, Barbara Thilli, Bernadine 
Heller, Ellen Felman, Wanda Rentfrow BOTTOM ROW: Roselyn Krebel, 
Joan Bernstein, Linda Schumacher, Jacqueline Miller, Hanna Goldschmidt, 
Maurine Pacenta, Janet Crist, Mary Rutledge, Bette Downs, Patricia Murphy, 
Michelle Lefcourt 




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TOP ROW: Karen Brewer, Lynn Jansen, Margie Eschbach, Jean Weisinger, 
Barbara Flynn, Karen Gansberg, Lois Mander, Carol Ufkes, Bobbie Vosicky, 
Bonnie Grisko, Mary Luckett, Karen Fogler, Sally Carmachel FOURTH 
ROW: Arthalyn Walker, Judith Landfield, Carol Ann Hughes, Helene Bak, 
Marcia Chmielinski, Ruth Cox, Darleen Nixon, Gila Goldschmidt, Luella Phil- 
lips, Elizabeth Thompson, Michele Whitfill, Martha Gimpel, Gae McGinley, 
Hanna Goldschmidt, Sue Mool, Joann Cichon THIRD ROW: Vikki Passmore, 
Joan Pietrangeli, Karen Rosen, Jule Miller, Mary Lou Drunkow, Margaret 
Kemp, WISA assistant guide chairman; Lynne Dishman, WISA lllini guide 



chairman; Linda Hester, Assistant Dean of Women; Joan Ward, Panhellenic 
guide chairman; Barbara Katzmann, Susan Kamin, Jean Teisler, Pamela 
Petersen SECOND ROW: Jill Scott, Donna Kehle, Barbara Camm, Alice 
Dittmer, Marilyn Burns, Sherrill Riggins, Jackie Riddle, Nancy Wichmann, 
Linda Schumacher, Jacquie Warner, Kay Conrad, Lenore Kerzenski, Virginia 
Hackl BOTTOM ROW: Ann Katkowsky, Arleen Slive, Vic;oria Nichols, 
Diane Now, Janice Tushaus, Betty Hampton, Barbara Schmitt, Judith Kahn, 
Linda Astrin, Carole Barclay, Sandra Penning, Frances Kapinos, Marcia 
Cruthis, Mary Grotewold 



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Freshmen entering the University no longer have 
to fear the bigness and strangeness of the campus, 
lllini Guides, trained to know freshmen problems, 
are there to greet new students. Guides provide 
maps, detailed instructions for registration and even 
advice on how to study effectively. 

All lllini Guides work closely with their groups. 
Living in the dorms or houses helps the guides to 
give advice when the problem occurs, instead of 
having to meet later on campus. 



The Women's Extramural Sports Association pro- 
vides advanced instruction and competition for all 
interested undergraduate women who have com- 
pleted a basic course in the activity or who have 
comparable skill. All of the activities are planned 
and supervised by student sports managers and fac- 
ulty advisors from the Department of Physical Edu- 
cation for Women, who work together in the or- 
ganization of the sports, sports days, and tourna- 
ments. WESA stems from the former Women's 
Sports Association. 



TOP ROW: Maureen Cronin, Sally Johannes, Marda Morrow, Barbara Kukle- 
witz, Constance Engvall, Jean Shigley, Dorothy Gault SECOND ROW: 
Sandra Fry, treasurer; Janice Walk, president; Lois Diller, secretary BOT- 



TOM ROW: Jane Hitter, vice president; Sherrill Riggins, public relations 
chairman NOT IN PANEL: Pamela Milchrist, Lois Winkle 





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HEATHER KINSEY, 1964 St. Pat's Ball Queen 



TOP ROW: Mike Torgerson, treasurer; John Walters, administration; 
Eric Brachhausen, physical arrangements; Richard Langrehr, bids 
BOTTOM ROW: Charles Allen, major chairman; Linda Winhe, pub- 
licity; Barbara Grierson, queen contest; Richard Colver, decorations 



Royalty Crowned at St. Pat's 

St. Pat's Ball, named for the patron saint of en- 
gineering, is held each March on a weekend near 
St. Patrick's Day. The dance honors outstanding 
members of Engineering Societies by dubbing them 
the "Knights of St. Patrick's Court." 

The Queen of the ball is selected from candi- 
dates chosen by the various student societies com- 
posing the Engineering Council. The Queen and her 
court reign over the dance. Music is provided by a 
talented and popular orchestra. 



SNIB Keeps Students Up to Date on the News 



The Student News and Information Bureau pub- 
licizes the College of Agriculture's activities and 
projects. SNIB tries to keep students, faculty, and 
residents of Illinois informed of the events which 
occur at the University concerning College of Agri- 
culture students. 

Because its main job is publicity, the Bureau tries 
to use several types of information media. The 
monthly digest and the weekly news sheet are dis- 



tributed to Agriculture students. Exhibits in Uni- 
versity buildings inform the students and faculty 
about programs of interest. News releases, taped 
radio features, and photographs are distributed 
throughout the state. Every media section is headed 
by a specialist in a certain area of the communica- 
tions network. Along with providing interesting 
news material for students, faculty and the public, 
SNIB gives students actual experience. 



TOP ROW: Jack Bowers, James Herm, John Diftmer, Roger Smith, Kenneth 
Ladage, William Kuhfuss, Alice Dittmer, Gerald Grieser, Stephen Rhea, 
George Anderson, Sue Ehrhart, Marshall Danker SECOND ROW: Ronald 
Greenfield, Cheryl Eaton, Sheila Smith, Dennis Mummert, Marjorie Vaninger, 
Laurence Johnson, Elaine Yunker, Wilma Beall, Ramona Kocfiis, Roberta 




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Miller, Gary Swinger, Sharon Wineland, Ronald Scherer, Mary Steimel 
BOTTOM ROW: Douglas Garwood, Robert Pritchard, Carolyn Burkybile, Larry 
Allen, Elaine Miller, Kenneth M:Millan, Joyce Nies, Jerry Duel, Sharon 
Lefferson 



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Michael Faulhaber, Harvey Hermann, Vinson Johnson, president; Patricia 
Fort, Edgar Duker, co-vice president; Kathleen Butkus, Robert Williams, Allen 
Lappin, Darlene Ferrantino, Janet Cook, Martin Mann, Wesley Habley, Karen 
McLaughlin, John Wehling, Gale Wiley, Linda Bartolt, Charles Martin, 
Stephen Roberts, James Greenwell, Jack Lemein, Richard Simon, James Miller, 
Lynne Russell, Susan Glover, David Barton, Daniel Albano, property; George 
Pagels, Dorothy Briscoe, Marian Pepper, Robert Webb, Isaac Seligman, Wil- 
liam Waller, William Weigel, Thomas Olszewski, John Leming, James Man- 
uell, property; Michael Bowman, James Hatch, Jessie Sinare, Karene Val- 
landigham, copyist; Jean LaRosa, Susan Sexton, John Fenley, James Phillips, 
property; Jill Shires, Suzanne Veach, Arthur Reblitz, property; Elaine Zeiger, 
Dee Ann Martin, copyist; William Gerber, Kathryn O'Connor, David Durand, 
Carol Ryll, copyist; Margaret Tuchel, Jacqueline Engel, Catherine Simpson, 



75-Year Tradition of Concert 
Band Upheld in 1964-1965 



For 75 years the Concert Band has been a musi- 
cal legend on this University campus, throughout 
the state, and throughout the nation. Over these 
years countless thousands have heard the Concert 
Band play and have come away entertained. 

1964-65, Diamond Anniversary Year, the Con- 
cert Band upheld its great tradition and set its step 
on the threshold of a new day in music. Conductor 
Mark Hindsley combined the Concert Band's years 
of experience with his own background and pre- 
sented a new approach in concert music. 

In celebration of the Diamond Anniversary, the 
Band gave a January and April concert. They also 
took the traditional northern Illinois tour. 



Beth Brooks, Marc Fink, Steven Gordon, Carl Amerlan, Howard Amerlan, 
Nancy Hampton, copyist; Grant Dougherty, JefFrey Corbin, James Houlik, 
Judith Prentice, Terry Lepper, Basil Tyler, Daniel Fairchild, property master; 
James Keays, copyist; Glen Anderson, Julian Herring, Jack Allen, Mariella 
Lansford, Dean Thompson, Donna Salchow, Donald Barringer, Keith Johnson, 
Dalvin Boone, Jerry Loyer, co-vice president; George Kuhns, Gerald Ma- 
keever, Delmar Banner, Janet Barksdale, Lester Rhodes, Raymond Fairchild, 
Jon Dugle, Richard Jorgensen, library; Phil Parsons, Thomas Connely, John 
Duker, David Sporny, Dwight Powell, Scott Henderson, Randy Hess, David 
Peters, Frank Harmantas, Phillip Kasik, Michael Rogers, Henry Howey, Louis 
Angoli, Gary Shumaker, Robert Jorgensen, Howard Bowlin, Henry Barton, 
James Paul, Thomas Lyckberg, Michael Russell, William Parsons, Frederick 
Fairchild, Michael Combs, James Stutsman, Donald Lake, Joseph Inman 




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Star Course^ Statewide Tours 
Was Orchestra's Agenda 



University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra is a 
student group famous throughout the state and the 
midwest. Under the direction of Professor Bernard 
Goodman, the Orchestra has gained a reputation for 
superb and polished performances. From January 
31 to June 4, 1964, the Orchestra toured and 
played in Central and South America. 

Membership in the Orchestra is open to any stu- 
dent who, through competitive audition, can meet 
the required level of musical proficiency. 

The 1964-65 concert season was of exception- 
ally high quality. Fall found the Orchestra perform- 
ing in Aurora and Carpentersville. The Orchestra 
also performed in the Star Course Series. 




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Gerald Fischbach, Marjorie Lin, Colette Sroka, Gordon Peterson, James Skid- 
more, Cleora Keeler, Norma Wilson, Charles Delaney, Mary Martin, Anne 
Moiek, Susan LaBelle, Barbara Caron, Theodore Quast, Felix Wiedenmayer, 
Marcia Swengel, Karen Thompson, Donald Flood, Margaret Oliver, Gail 
Fischbach, Mark Steensland, Robert Carlson, Carol Gogsletter, Grace Beckett, 
Charles Key, Fred Sard, Curtis Wagner, William Magers, Carol Umbreit, 
Richard Hansen, Rodger Erickson, David Zumwalt, Sandy Garrison, Paul 
Chouinard, Carl Moellenberndt, Joseph Pival, Donna Moore, Anita Bullard, 
Carol Teigler, George Teufel, David Jackson, Edward Baker, Betty Borgeson, 
Ralph Retherford, David Thomas, Steve Gocel, Allen Goldman, Michael Fan- 



elli, James Hatch, Edward Marzuki, Mary Rockwood, Mitchell Hennis, Bar- 
bara Skully, Thomas Howell, Susan Sexton, Karene Vallandigham, Jean 
LaRosa, John Denton, Marc Fink, Beth Brooks, Linda Blobaum, Louis Marga- 
glione, Allan Lappin, Michael Faulhaber, Donald DeRoche, William Allgood, 
Nancy Hampton, Theresa Turley, Virgil Baumgartner, James Keays, Sharon 
Corbin, Glen Fairchild, Julian Herring, David Maxwell, Carol Jackson, Keith 
Johnson, Richard Jorgensen, Gerald Tessin, Gerald Makeever, David Sporny, 
Scott Henderson, Henry Howey, Mike Russell, Fred Combs, Joseph Inman, 
Eileen Hansen, Mike Rosen, Fred Fairchild 




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Joe Armstrong, Anne Tolan, Vera Reynolds, Susan Williams, Lyn Saracino, 
Carol Hanscom, Christina Martin, Kathryn Keiffer, Kathleen Sporny, Sallie 
Pagels, Roger Warnke, Jeffrey Simmons, Judith Lipka, Deborah Fawcett, 
Kathleen Bevans, William Taylor, Milford Wolpoff, Robert Summerer, Ter- 
rence Monteith, John Loenig, Charles Smiley, Franklin Grossman, William 
Lueck, Phillip Weinberg, Deborah Ashbrook, John Book, Ronald Weber, Kent 
Litchfield, William Feldman, Darlene Price, Harold Mulderink, Ellen Look, 
Linda Magel, Carlo Alesandrini, David Perkins, Robert Sanders, Lesley Krieg- 
man, Sara Soder, Gerald Swinford, Sammy Hicks, Larry Dittmer, James Hop- 



First Regimental Performs in 
Twilight Band Concerts 



The First Regimental Band, organized as a con- 
cert unit, studies and performs both traditional 
and contemporary concert literature. Several im- 
portant concerts climaxed the year, the most not- 
able being the Eleventh Annual Festival of Concert 
Band Music, January 15-16, the Spring Formal Con- 
cert on April 14, and the May 19 Twilight Concert. 

The Band also serves other important functions 
on campus by forming the central nucleus for the 
Marching lllini, providing music at several spring 
ROTC Reviews, and performing at some of the 
home Illinois basketball games in the Assembly 
Hall. 



wood, Roger Ray, Jerome Williams, William Zike, George Entwhistle, Joseph 
Scafe, Alan Nelson, Louis Pierce, Gary Cantrell, Fred Cash, Robert Kraetsch, 
Alan Bilyeu, Charles Moore, Richard Russo, Gary Kleiber, Howard Farkash, 
Donald Hlousek, Thomas Clapp, Melita Zahradka, Clarence Josefson, John 
Roberts, John Schill, Douglas Lemmon, Larry Guthrie, Donald Greeley, 
Daniel Furrh, Gary Gletty, Phillip Hadden, James Ryan, Harold Phillips, 
Michael Mamminga, Gregory Knutson, Phillip Merkel, Terry Scranton, Pat- 
rick Jones, David Peterson, Richard Castenson, Malcolm Clinton, Donald 
Huntley, John Rogers, John Schoenberger, David Ultch 




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Second Regimental Band Plays 
at Varied Ul Functions 



Members for Second Regimental Band are chosen 
through auditions each semester and daily in the 
summer. Instrumentation needs at that time and a 
person's ability to play affect whether he will be 
selected to be in part of the band. 

The 1 30 member band performed at various 
functions throughout the year. On January 1 5 it 
performed at the Eleventh Annual Festival of Con- 
cert Music and on May 12 at a Twilight Concert. 
Also, the band played for the Washington Univer- 
sity, the Ohio State, and Michigan State U. home 
basketball games at the Assembly Hall. 




GUY DUKER, conductor 



SECTION A: Robert Alexander, Esther Ettinger, Janet Aderton, Judith 
Schettler, Chandler Parkey, Janet Myers, Roger Puta, /Warily Brewick, Wil 
Ham Deutschmann, Beverly Briggs, Terence Hammer, Michael Harrison, Ken- 
neth Freer, Kathryn Schlaf, Richard Beaty, Thomas Fabry, Carol Nesheim, Jon 
Lindstom, Joseph Barfuss, Harry Dalsey, Robert Schwartz, Daniel Rudman 
Carol Hajek, Jack Bakker, Richard Bradley, Richard Blazier, Emmert Cleven 
stine, Kenneth Ladage, Paul Williams, Nancy Bush, Mark Gillen, Gary Carr. 
Robert Pritchard, John Fritzen, James Hatfield, Philip Limbacher, Thomas 
Balma, Gary Everhart, Bruce Meyer, Joseph Liss, Harold Fisk, David Toth 
Danny Wilmoth, Bruce Williams, Richard Jones, Karl Plath, John Bearden 
Carl Reiners, William Pfmgsten, John Logan, Dennis Durbin, Kenneth Waage 
Richard Foss, Berge Bass, Jess Lionberger, Katherine Harsh, Gerald Martin, 
James Hadley, Thomas Leming, Christopher Holley, James Stovall, George 
Reeder, John Hegener, Arlene Jacobson, Jerry Sv\/eeney, Lelarid Harzberger, 



Joseph Hopkins, Owen Funk, Michael Kastello, Ronald Kent, Marilyn Mc- 
Quitty, Richard Preston, Roger Thompson, Donald Smith SECTION B: 
Virginia Fisher, Ruth Slocum, Carolyn Brock-Jones, Gloria Whitney, Karen 
haienrichter, Louise Wolfe, Gail Johnson, Louisa Choules, Ronald Iwanski, 
Deidra Ovelman, Janet Thompson, Alan Johnson, Cynthia Ross, Jan Langston, 
James Gustafson, Kathleen Lahey, Rita Politzer, Robert Amacher, Connie 
Munk, Raymond Younger, David Burke, Alan Schramm, Sherry Wright, Rich- 
ard Tomlin, Hal Thompson, Alan Bock, Marlin Wilson, Robert Chase, Barbara 
Brogdon, Joseph Bures, Rodney Raker, Richard Kennedy, Kenneth Krejci, 
Robert Hormell, Frank Heitzman, Gerald Theobald, David Johnson, Robert 
Ash, Susan Howell, Carol Jackson, Stanley Crull, Robert Martin, David Kib- 
bey, William Vokac, Richard Niemann, Gary Heise, Dennis Immer, Thomas 
Ransom, Norman Schmidt, John Croft, Norman W;bo, Stephen Maack, Terry 
Imig, John Mottsr, Charles Opela, Roger Zmrhal 



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TOP ROW: William Hail, junior manager THIRD ROW: Gerald Drury, Harold Pertle, junior man- 
agers SECOND ROW: Thomas Winings, Robert Walber, Bruce Brown, junior managers BOTTOM 
ROW: Robert Breidert, president; James Eckert, secretary; Steven Miller, treasurer; Stephen Kellog, 
senior manager 



Glee Club Carries on Traditions of Quality and Enjoyment 



The Varsity Men's Glee Club was organized ap- 
proximately 80 years ago. The men who formed the 
group had as their objective the creation of fine 
music, friendships, and good times. Today, still 
keeping the old tradition, the Glee Club brings to 



audiences quality music and gives to its members 
enjoyment through singing. 

In the summer of 1965 the members will once 
again go on an extensive European tour, performing 
in France, England, Germany, Greece, and Italy. 



TOP ROW: Stephen Kellogg, Ronald McConathy, James Javore, Edward Gray, 
Bruce Barkstrom, Steven Miller, Edwin Scharlau, Dale Gustafson, Lawrence 
Nordlof, Namo Lundeen, Jon Geheber, William Hails, Thomas Nettles, Larry 
Grabb, John Randolph, Lowell Peck, Thomas Tierney, Gerald Drury 
FOURTH ROW: George Deininger, Delbert Carstens, James Eckert, Robert 
Sterrett, Thomas Koenig, Daniel Brown, Larry Bell, Robert Moreen, Bruce 
Burch, Dennis Shaul, Robert Outis, Robert Klohr, James Brunner, William 
Schiminski, James Roll, Lawrence Acker THIRD ROW: Benjamin Urrutiar- 



eina, James Froehlich, Arvid Osterberg, Kenneth Slonneger, Jeffrey Hotham, 
Brian Burch, Kenneth Arney, Ronald Hurst, Robert Breidert, Allen Becker, 
Douglas Olson, Gregory Schmidt, Tim Moreland, Thomas Winings, William 
Weaver, Glenn Cutler SECOND ROW: Duane McKinley, Martin Miller, 
David Terry, Bruce Brown, Douglas Hauseman, Douglas Smith, John Winter, 
Larry Leonard, Walter Kosche, John Shriver, Robert Walberg, Gary Polfliet, 
Peter Magnusson, Allen Miller, Donald Froelich, James Moody BOTTOM 
ROW: Alice Larson, Professor Harold Decker 




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VOYAGERS: Robert Breidert, Robert Moreen and Allan Becker 



Glee Club Actively Earns Their Title of "Singing lllini 



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The Varsity Men's Glee Club has indeed earned 
a nickname as the "Singing lllini" this past year. 
It performed for two concerts at the University of 
Michigan in Ann Arbor and one at Olivet College in 
Olivet, Michigan. It also performed for the Phi Eta 
Sigma National Convention, and the Midwestern 



Bankers Assn. Convention, in addition to the Uni- 
versity of Illinois Christmas Concert. Supplement- 
ing its busy itinerary, the Singing lllini found time 
to make a Thanksgiving and Christmas television 
performance and, at the request of the Governor, 
record the Illinois State Song. 



IT WAS a trial for the glee club at Michigan to keep from 
cheering, but voices had to be saved. 




IN OLIVET, Mich., the club received a standing ovation at 
w/orld-famous Oaks Theatre. 




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TOP ROW: llona Pinzke, Kathryn Droba, Betfe Carroll, Karen Mc- 
Dowell, Shelby Mundsinger, Carol Ottinger, Anne Creamer, Marcia Black, 
Ann Kimbell, Diane Bedal, Diane Meyer, Barbara Power, Prudence Berline, 
Catherine Bobera, Mary Shafer, Vonne Johns, Kathryn Secter THIRD 
ROW: Catherine Solon, Jean Clinton, Patricia Duffield, Beth Rittenhouse, 
Barbara Campbell, Mary Vollert, Judith Stefanovic, Louise Pfeffer, Barbara 
Skei, Linda Darnall, Sarah Smith, Joan Briscoe, Sara Baker, Linda Gent 



SECOND ROW: Barbara Francisco, unidentified, Mary Lynge, Marilyn Levan, 
Karen Reeder, Janet Bugg, Linda Tolan, Leslie Duryea, Lois Wright, Tamara 
Dazey, Katherine Becker, Martha Seifert, Martha Glennon BOTTOM ROW: 
Patricia Sentman, Gayle Hawkinson, Linda Hamilton, Marilyn Emery, Anita 
Weller, Diana Oehms, Margaret Franks, Edith Nickerson, Judith Keith, 
Linda Ohisen, Susan Hartman, Lucy Becker, Amy Larson 



Robert Shaw Writes Letter of Praise to Women's Glee Club 




Tours and concerts filled the 1964-65 singing 
agenda of Women's Glee Club. 

The club, directed by Elmer Thomas, on sabbati- 
cal from the University of Idaho, began its busy 
year with a television performance during Thanks- 
giving vacation. At Christmas time, the Men's and 
Women's Glee Clubs sang together for the school 
of music annual holiday concert. 

In the spring the club toured northern Illinois 
giving concerts in Chicago and surrounding areas. 
The Glee Club also performed for the annual Moms 
Day Concert. At a special choial clinic, choral con- 
ductor Robert Shaw, v/as in the audience. Mr. Shaw 
wrote a letter to the Club's director complimenting 
the girls on their performance. 

Music sung bv the girls is of a varisd nature. 
Pieces range from the c'assical to modern, from 
Bach and Palestrina to Bernstein. 

Glee Club membership is available to those who 
have musical ability and like to sing. 



TOP ROW; M,ir(j,irol Franks, lour manntjcr; N«n y Chao, secretary BOT- 
TOM ROW; JiKJilh Keith, vice president; Nancy Ihorp, picsidont; Judith 
Stefanovic, treasurer 



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Choir Has Active Campus Role 



The Concert Choir, under the direction of Pro- 
fessor Harold Decker, has established a fine repu- 
tation for its precise and sensitive performances 
cf pieces ranging from Negro spirituals to choral 
works of Johann Bach, Palestrina, and Victoria, as 
well as those of leading contemporary composers. 

Members of the choir are selected through audi- 
tion each fall. Although the majority of the mem- 
bers are music majors, many other colleges within 
the university are represented. 

In past years the Choir has appeared with the 
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, sung under Sir 
Thomas Beecham, Roger Wagner, and also Robert 
Shaw, and has participated in the NBC "Great 
Choirs of America." During the summer of 1963 
the Choir toured Europe for three weeks. This year 
the Choir appeared several times on campus, in- 
cluding the annual choral clinic in the fall, the 
Christmas Concert, and the spring Contemporary 
Arts Festival. 



David Correll, president; Karen Hinshaw, secretary; Sheryl Koch, treasurer; 
Margaret Cherwin, representative-at-large 




TOP ROW: James Gothard, Jay Means, Edward Baker, John Mottar, Albert 
King, David Correll, Virgil Thurman, James Javore, David Mcllwaine, Law- 
rence Patterson, Gene Tangul, Richard Smith, James Sirois, James Thomp- 
son THIRD ROW: Janet Outis, Jane Newton, James Brock, Carl Druba, 
Thomas Ryan Michael Lindenmeyer, Ronald Armstrong, William Nicholls, 
Lyie Trumble, Paul Westlund, Joseph Prince, Betty Bennet, Sharon Evenson, 
Shirley Panish, Sandra Kungle SECOND ROW: Elmer Thomas, Judy Thimm, 



Marilyn White, Joyce Ryan, Jean Macdonald, Margaret Cherwin, Janet Norris, 
Carol Hoogeveen, Joyce Printz, Sandra Baumel, Carol Ritzen, Joan McGlashan, 
Carolyn Kinder, Beverly Ferguson, Paulette Meyer BOTTOM ROW: Diane 
Kaneshiro, Sheryl Koch, Marilyn Liggett, Susan Shapin, Francis Kapinos, 
Janet Moore, Norma Riddle, Kaihryn O'Connor, Linda Gent, Gloria Foster, 
Patricia Van Sant, Karen Hinshaw, Rae Telengater, Harold Decker, Director 
NOT IN PANEL: Paul Owings, Richard Bloesch, Delmar Lohr, Howard Slagle 




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TOP ROW: Harold Decker, James Gothard, James Thompson, William Nicholls, John Moftar, David Cornell, Albert King, Verne Yenne BOTTOM 
ROW: Mary Frahm, Jane Schleicher, Judy Thimm, Joan McGlashen, Shirley Panish, Joan Panepinto, Janet Outis, Susan Shapin NOT IN PANEL: Del- 
mar Lohr, Robert Crumey 



Choral Groups Bring Musical Variety to University Campus 



University Chorus is composed of approximately 
100 students, most of whom do not pursue musical 
careers but enjoy coming together to sing. The 
Chorus, under direction of Malcolm Griffin, gave 
a Christmas and Spring concert. 

This year University Chamber Choir, composed 
of a select group of about 25 men and women, con- 



tinued its tradition of quality music. At a concert 
which combined music of all sorts, old and new 
members performed together harmoniously. 

Madrigal Singers are a small select section of the 
Illinois Concert Choir. Each fall members audition 
and 12 members form Madrigal Singers. The group 
specializes in choral chamber music. 




SOPRANOS: Pauline Campbell, Owen Ellen Jones, Delreen Hafenrichter, Janet Moore, Jane Schleicher ALTOS: Ellen Carter, Patricia Hawkins, 
Julia Hubbard, Karin Swanson, Patricia Van Sant, Carol W/ashburn TENORS: Robert Jacobson, Dan Kinsinger, William Schmidt, Paul Wichsel, 
Vernon Yenne BASSES: Carl Druba, Joe Fobbs, Carl Fredrickson, Marion Hall, Clyde Hiss 



TOP ROW: Gregory Brent, Charles Bead, James Everitt, Larry Chace, Roger Mecum, Marty Riemenschneider, Pierre Ruiz, Mark Risenberger, William 
Frank, Robert Mclntire, Paul Gula, Jack Tjarks, David Dorway, Richard Robinson, Paul Gailis, Donald Lykkebak, Waiter Chepulis, James Nutt, James 
McLaughlin, Martin Mullvain, William Peabody, Peter Wells, Thomas Puhse THIRD ROW: Robert Brockman, Phillip Moore, John Zaruba, Eldon Haab, 
Robert Wanager, Judith Wyffels, Linda Bourne, Mary Jane Orlan, Beverly Startz, Jane Hudson, Judith Auten, Judith Szaflarski, Margaret Anderson, 
Carolyn Koenig, Ellen Mies, Samuel Hays, Robert Elder, Gerald Bemis, Thcmas Bean, Donald Tursman, Dean Roberts SECOND ROW: Sharon Wilson, 
Judith Linderman, Carole Barnes, Sharon Landes, Georgia Scully, Melinda Berg, Barbara Kellert, Rita Ryan, Shirley Griffin, Judith Garro, Cathy Koer- 
ber, Diane Drauss, Nancy Kintzel, llona Nemeth, Marilyn Kreitner, Mary Ann Bothe, Cherie Bohat, Jana Flores, Joyce Reynolds, Nancy Shier, Suzanne 
Feely BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Kennedy, Molly Evans, Carole Poticha, Susan Morgan, Maureen Weber, Marilyn Hoerburger, Judith Brickman, Dianne 
Keller, Donna Diekman, Suzanne Much, Patricia Hearst, Marcia Hull, Diane DuBois, Janef Paral, Linda Showers, Roberta Mechanic, Shirley Majher NOT 
IN PANEL: Myra Berk, Frank Birch, Dan Carolberg, George Entwhistle, Gary Getty, Phyllis Hetrick, Paul Jerome, Nancy Joslyn, Carole Ann Peterson, 
Susan Schwartz, Srmt <,r,r|,,r- irn.,, Deborah Stillwell 

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A university is many things: an intellectual insti- 
tution, a device for learning an occupation, a social 
merry-go-round or, perhaps, a blend of elements. 
The student who limits himself to one element 
misses the advantages of knowing and understand- 
ing other viewpoints. 

On a campus such as U. of I., with a variety of 



activities, ail one has to do is look and he finds a 
comfortable spot. Union, Star Course, Dl, University 
Theatre, lllio and the hundreds of other activities 
offer one the chance to belong and to work towards 
a goal. The activity does not become the primary 
interest in one's life; it does, however, provide a 
place for individual expression. 



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Michigan 6 1 

Ohio State 5 1 

Purdue 5 2 

ILLINOIS 4 3 

Minnesota 4 3 

Michigan State 3 3 

Northwestern 2 5 

Wisconsin 2 5 

Indiana 1 5 

Iowa 1 5 




COACH PETE ELLIOTT poses with the co-captains and great defensive stars 
of the 1964 Illinois team. Safety George Donnelly was the Big Ten leader 
in pass interceptions and was selected for several All-American teams. Dick 
Butkus led the team in tackles and made every All-American team as 
middle-linebacker. 



TOP ROW: Pete Elliott, head coach; Burt Ingwersen, assistant; Bob Hern- 
don, assistant; Gene Stauber, assistant; Lou Baker, assistant; Doug Harford, 
Piper City; Sam Price, Toledo, Ohio; Jim Hoffman, Chicago; Bill Taylor, 
assistant; Buck McPhail, assistant; Jack Hart, assistant; Jim Brown, assistant 
FIFTH ROW: Alan Cookerly, Mishawaka, Indiana; Steve Kimbell, Wheaton; 
Bill Minor, Chicago; Dick Stonich, Joliet; Dave Powless, Rock Island; Tom 
Smith, Chicago; Jim Stotz, LaGrange; Lee Scott, Boothwyn, Pennsylvania; 
Dick Stotz, LaGrange; Joel Stellwagen, LaGrange; Jerry Schmidt, Jasper, 
Indiana FOURTH ROW: Tony Parola, Taylor Springs; Dick Stone, Atwater; 
Del Kuchaes, Hammond, Indiana; Don Voit, Bellwood; Will Radell, Downers 
Grove; Dale Greco, Bensenville; Jerry Carbonari, Chicago; Jim Gruber, 
Chicago; Bob Beightol, Downers Grove; Kai Anderson, Moline; Bob Petkus, 
Des Plaines; Ed Washington, Aurora THIRD ROW: Phil Knell, Mahomet; 
Chuck Galbreath, Aurora; Bruce Sullivan, Watseka; Dick Kee, Wheaton; 



Bo Batchelder, Peoria Heights; Al Waters, Des Plaines; Ed Russell, Toledo, 
Ohio; Bob Trumpy, Springfield; Ed Walsh, Bement; Don Saunders, Long 
island. New York; Bill Harper, Peoria; Ron Guenther, Elmhurst SECOND 
ROW: Brian Duniec, Cicero; Les Feuquey, Eldorado; Mario Campanaro, Chi- 
cago; Gary Eickman, Chicago; Ron Acks, Carbondale; Fred Custardo, Melrose 
Park; Jim Grabowski, Chicago; Don Hansen, Evansville, Indiana; Paul 
Upton, Decatur; Ken Schriener, Wheaton; Wayne Paulson, Hammond, In- 
diana; Gregg Schumacher, Chicago BOTTOM ROW: Art McCaskill, Cen- 
tralia; Jack Wainwright, Park Forest; Bruce Capel, Glen Ellyn; Lynn Stewart, 
Woodstock; Co-captain Dick Butkus, Chicago; Co-captain George Donnelly, 
De Kalb; Wylie Fox, Palestine; Dick Dorr, JeFferson City, Missouri; Roy 
Neisz, Evansville, Indiana; Dave Mueller, Hammond, Indiana; Rich Callaghan, 
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The lllini held off a late California surge to win 
20-14. Illinois controlled the entire contest until 
the final two minutes when the Golden Bears' quar- 
terback, Craig Morton, led a desperation drive that 
almost upset the lllini. 

Quarterback Fred Custardo and fullback Jim Gra- 
bowski led the lllini scoring attack. Custardo's 
passing put the team into scoring position twice, 
and he plunged over from the one for lllini touch- 
downs. Grabowski scored on an 18 yard sweep. 

Outstanding defensive play by Don Hansen, Dick 
Butkus, and George Donnelly held California to one 
touchdown and stopped Morton's passing until the 
closing minutes of the game. The lllini held on 
until time ran out and continued their dominance 
over West Coast opponents. 



TWO REASONS WHY the lllini's defensive unit jelled into one of the best- 
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Showing a much improved pass defense and a 
very solid offense, Illinois marched over Northwest- 
ern 17-6 in the Wildcats' home stadium. 

Fred Custardo and Sam Price paced the offense 
with a pair of touchdowns and a field goal. Sopho- 
more end Bob Trumpy caught six of Custardo's ten 
completed tosses for the finest performance by an 
lllini end in six years. Price scored both touch- 
downs, the first on a 33-yard pass from Custardo 
and the second on a 10-yard dash around end. 

Northwestern's quarterback Tom Meyers was 
kept under constant pressure by an alert lllini front 
line. He completed only nine out of 28 passes for 
a shabby ,322 afternoon average, 

Illinois' defensive plan was to guard the pass re- 
ceivers tightly so as to give the four man front line 
more time to rush Meyers. Coach Pete Elliot right- 
fully claimed that by rushing with only four men the 
secondary had more help with the coverage, forc- 
ing Meyers to delay, often too long, before he could 
throw the ball to an open man. 




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ALL-AMERICAN SAFETY George Donnelly and Wayne Paulson, lllini 
interception artists, team to pick off a Wildcat pass. 




GANG TACKLING by Schumacher, Bufkus, and Mueller was one of the key 
ingredients of the lllini's sparkling defense. 




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WYLIE FOX and Bill Minor storm in to iiarass Oliio 
State quarterback Don Unverferth. 



SOPHOMORE STANDOUT Bob Trumpy goes high in the air to 
snare a Custardo pass. 



Ohio State Ruins Illinois Homecoming 



Before 71,227 homecoming fans, the most ever 
to fill Memorial Stadium, Ohio State dealt Illinois' 
National Championship hopes a harsh blow, 26-0. 

Illinois took the opening kickoff and marched 
quickly to the Ohio State 36-yard line. A slant-pass 
was then deflected into the hands of Ohio's John 
Fill, and the lllini did nothing right after that. Ohio 
State did nothing wrong. 

By the time the half had ended, Ohio had been 
on the scoreboard three times — first on a 23-yard 
gallop by quarterback Don Unverferth, second on a 



one yard plunge by Willard Sander, and finally on 
a 29-yard field goal by Bob Funk. 

The Buckeyes scored once in each of the final 
periods also, again with the help of Sanders and 
Funk, to end their scoring with 26 points. 

Coach Pete Elliott offered no excuses for the loss. 
"They just outplayed us," he said flatly. "The Illi- 
nois team just had one of those days that come 
along. When they got that interception and that 
touchdown — boom — from that time on we didn't 
do anything right." It was a sad homecoming. 



SAM PRICE, DEEP in enemy territory attempts 
to evade three tacklers. 



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Illinois victory at Minnesota. 



DICK KEE MISSES an open field tackle on an elusive Minnesota back. 



Defense Spoils Minnesota Homecoming 14-0 



Two second quarter scores, coupled with bruising 
tackles and strong line play, led Illinois to a 14-0 
victory over Minnesota's "Golden Gophers." An 
alert Illinois defense picked off five Gopher passes 
and recovered two fumbles as 60,475 homecoming 
fans in Minneapolis watched in despair. 

"That was a real big game," Coach Pete Elliott 
admitted in the lllini locker room following the 
contest. "It carried an awful lot of importance. And 
I'm real proud of the boys." 

The lllini bounced back from their Ohio State 
loss superbly. Defense was especially outstanding. 



Illinois all-American Dick Butkus grabbed the foot- 
ball out of Minnesota's Mike Reid's arms to set up 
the first touchdown, and Dave Mueller's intercep- 
tion laid the way for the second. George Donnelly 
saved a sure fourth quarter touchdown as he sped 
across the field to snare a well-directed Gopher 
aerial from the third Minnesota quarterback. 

Coach Elliott beamed with satisfaction at the 
whole lllini squad following the game. He singled 
out Jim Grabowski, Fred Custardo, Donnelly, But- 
kus, and Don Hansen for special praise for the 
excellent games they played. 



FULLBACK JIM GRABOWSKI, second leading rusher in the country in '64, 
scampers over the goal line as enemy players hit the dust. 



COACH ELLIOTT TALKS over game strategy with tackle Brian Duniec 
during a side-line breather. 




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"The offense got a lot of yardage . . . and I'm 
pleased with the defense" was Coach Pete Elliott's 
reaction to a near perfect Dads' Day. Leading the 
offense was fullback Jim Grabowski with 142 yards 
and three touchdowns. Behind the blocking of Ed 
Washington, he barreled over from the nine for 
the mini's first score of the afternoon. 

Just one minute and 50 seconds after the Uclans 
scored their only touchdown, Washington again led 
Grabowski on a 33-yard touchdown jaunt. Midway 
in the third quarter, quarterback Fred Custardo 
climaxed a 92-yard drive as he plunged over from 
the two. Grabowski then ended the scoring with 
a four yard touchdown over right tackle. 

The defense gave up only 100 yards rushing and 
held mighty Larry Zeno to just seven completions 
in 19 attempts. George Donnelly led the secondary 
with two of Illinois' four interceptions. 



BIG TEN RUSHING leader Jim Grabowski plunges over the goal line 
for a four yard touchdown. 



BOB TRUAAPY LEAPS high into the air for a Custardo aerial as 
U.C.L.A. defender Jim Miller looks on helplessly. 



ILLINOIS COACH Pete Elliott sincerely wishes Bruin coach Bill 
Barnes good luck in the future. 





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Purdue Passes to Victory 



"It was a fine game — for Purdue." That was all 
Coach Pete Elliot had to say following the lllini- 
Boilermaker clash, and it was all that was neces- 
sary. The final score of 26-14 told the rest. 

Bob Hadrick, Purdue's hopeful All-American 
end, set a new team record collecting eight passes 
for 95 yards. The squad added 135 yards on the 
ground and yielded only 63 to Illinois. 

The lonely I Mini bright spot was quarterback 
Fred Custardo, who had nine completions in 19 
pass attempts. He connected for a 142 yard total, 
25 more yards than Purdue's Bob Griese picked up. 

Dick Butkus accounted for 20 tackles, but the 
All-American failed to give Purdue's quarterback 
the usual Butkus rush. "It was the best protec- 
tion I've ever had," Griese asserted afterwards. 

Boilermaker Coach Jack Mollenkopf had nothing 
but praise for his team in the locker room. His de- 
scription was very apt, "The team with a burning 
desire to play well and win." 

Purdue's overflow homecoming crowd left smell- 
ing roses, but Illinois fans went home smelling a 
lifeless funeral parlor odor. 




FULLBACK TONY PAROLA fights off a Purdue tackier in the 
traditional lllini-Boilermaker clash. 



RON ACKS TRYING to turn the corner, is brought down for 
little gain during the hard fought Purdue game. 




DEFENSIVE ARTIST George Donnelly brings down Purdue 
fullback Randy Minnear. 




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SAM PRICE EXPLODES through iMl Ii,>. tor good yardage, but Michigan 
defenders swarm to meet him in the secondary. 



Errors Cost lllini Game 21-6 




GREGG SCHUMACHER TAKES a short pass from Fred Custardo but is 
nailed for short yardage. 



"It's tough to play that well and find yourself 
behind 14-6 at the half," sighed Pete Elliot. "We 
outplayed Michigan the first half, but killed our- 
selves with those mistakes." 

Illinois' defense contained Michigan's offense, 
and the offense moved the ball well except for two 
fatal errors that set up Wolverine scores. Fred Cus- 
tardo was rushed hard, and Frank Nunley inter- 
cepted and returned the ball to the lllini 36 yard 



line. Carl Ward scored four plays later. 

Illinois bounced back quickly as Custardo cli- 
maxed a 70 yard drive with a 49 yard scoring pass 
to end Bob Trumpy. The lllini then held and took 
over on downs, but Trumpy fumbled a 13 yard pass 
to set up Michigan's second touchdown. 

In the second half the Wolverines clinched the 
game with a 94 yard march. Bob Timberlake scored 
and Illinois had lost its third game. 



WAYNE PAULSON PREPARES to hit the deck as Michigan's 
Rindfuss lunges for the final blow. 



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for a loose ball. 



Grabowski Shatters 21 Year Record 



Wisconsin fell prey to the flying feet of Jim 
Grabowski on the first play of the lllini-Badger 
clash and never fully recovered. The junior fullback 
carried the ball 21 yards around end to start the 
first lllini drive and left the field only after scoring 
his second touchdown and Illinois' fourth. Sand- 
wiched in between the first and last plays, Grabow- 
ski devastated that Wisconsin front and the secon- 



dary line for 239 yards, breaking a 2] year Big Ten 
record of 216 set by Minnesota's Bill Daley back 
in 1943. 

Illinois gained over three times as many yards 
rushing as Wisconsin; Grabowski almost twice the 
badger total. Defense was superb. The lllini got 
their best score, 29-0, in the last 44 games in a 
crushing exhibition of real football. 



ILLINI QUARTERBACK FRED CUSTAPDO plunges for a first-quarter touchdown 
in the Illinois romp over Wisconsin. 



MAKING AN UNPRECEDENTED appearance, Mrs. 
Custardo hopes to help her son. 





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BIG TEN RUSHING champ Jim Grabowski seemed to be telling his 
pursuers to forget it as he makes a long gallop. 



ini Win Season Final 16-0 




MICHIGAN STATE FULLBACK Jim Gordon did not have a chance with 
gang tackling by Callaghan, Eickman, Washington, Butkus, and Batch- 
elder. 



The I Mini ended the season with a 16-0 victory 
over Michigan State. In praising the team, Pete 
Elliot commented, "One of the big factors was the 
number of seniors who have brought credit to the 
University of Illinois." 

As in the illini's other five victories, credit for 
the win was shared equally by the offense and de- 
fense. Illinois gained 288 yards rushing and 92 
yards passing. Jim Grabowski sparked the lllini at- 
tack with 185 yards on the ground with which he 



won the individual rushing crown in the Big Ten. 
The defense, led by All-Americans Dick Butkus 
and George Donnelly, was outstanding once again. 
Butkus' 18 tackles helped hold the Spartans to 66 
yards rushing, and Donnelly's fine pass coverage 
highlighted the secondaries play in allowing only 
45 yards passing. The defense tied the Illinois rec- 
ord with 23 interceptions of which Donnelly ac- 
counted for 12. The win was a team effort all the 
way and a proper finish for a great football team. 



WAYNE PAULSON and George Donnelly close in on 
Michigan State end John Henderson. 



DISPLAYING CHAMPIONSHIP PRECISION, the lllini backfleld, led by 
Custardo, Grabowski, and Price, rip off good yardage. 








CO-CAPTAIN GEORGE DONNELLY tied the 1965 
national record with eight pass interceptions. 



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rushed opposing quarterbacks. 



JIM GRABOWSKI BROKE the 21 year Big Ten 
rushing record with 239 yards against Wisconsin. 



Illini Ail-Americans 



Seldom does a team have more than two All- 
Americans, The Illini boasted four of the outstand- 
ing players in the nation in 1964. The fine play 
and leadership given week after week by these men 
is a tribute to Illinois and to Coach Pete Elliott. 



DICK BUTKUS HAS received almost every honor offered to a football player; this year he was third 
in the voting for the Heisman Trophy and was selected as the nation's outstanding lineman. 




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1965 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

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Michigan 13 1 

Minnesota 11 3 

ILLINOIS 10 4 

Indiana 9 5 

Iowa 8 6 

Ohio State 6 8 

Purdue 5 9 

Wisconsin 4 10 

Northwestern 3 11 

Michigan State 1 13 




CAPTAIN SKIP THOREN arcs two 
points toward home. 



TOP ROW: Harry Combes, coach; Jim Dawson, Preston Pearson, Bob Brown, 
Bill McKeown, Jim Vopicka, Tal Brody, Howard Braun, assistant coach 



BOTTOM ROW: Don Freeman, Deon Flessner, Bob Johansen, Skip Thoren, 
captain; Bogie Redmon, Jerry Mettille, Larry Hinton 




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The lllini cagers finished a very respectable 
third in the Big Ten, which saw five teams 
rated in the nation's top ten. The highest 
scoring team in Illinois history scored an Illi- 
nois high of 121 points twice during the sea- 
son. 

They defeated Michigan State 121-89 in 
the last game of the year in which three of 
the "Big Four" saw final action. Skip Thoren, 
Bogie Redmon, Tal Brody, and junior Don 
Freeman scored 88 points as the lllini tied 
their own Big Ten record of fifty field goals 
in a single game. 

Fine support was given throughout the sea- 
son by Joe Vopicka, Jim Dawson, and Bob 
Johansen. Coach Harry Combes commented 
after the final game, "This team's as good as 
any I've coached here. They've also earned a 
lot of fans just by the way they've played." 
The season included a victory over first ranked 
U.C.L.A. and a one point loss to Michigan. 




GUARD BILL AAcKEOWN keeps a step ahead 
of a driving opponent. 



LARRY HINTON DUCKS low on the way 
to an lllini score. 




Cagers Set Illinois Scoring Record 



AN OFF BALANCE jump shot by Deon Flessner 
heads toward the basket. 



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JUNIOR GUARD, JIM VOPICKA, beats his man 
and is on the way to an easy layup. 



SKIP THOREN SEEMS to be hypnotized while keeping 
control of a loose ball. 



WITH FINGER TIP CONTROL, Bob Brown begins 
a drive toward the lllini goal. 



JIM DAWSON COMES to the aid of Don Freeman 
as Bogie Redmon watches from mid-court. 









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CENTER SKIP IHOREN out-maneuvers two 
opponents before sinking an ea;y layup. 



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THOREN GETS OFF another short jump shot as Bill McKeown 
stands ready for a possible rebound. 



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AFTER BLOCKING an Indiana shot, Thoren reacts quickly 
in an attempt to save the ball. 



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Skip Therein was voted most valuable player for 
Illinois for the second year in 1965. In spite of 
an ankle injury in the second half of the season, 
he led the Big Ten in rebounding and led Illinois in 
scoring with 22.2 points per game. 




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Although only 6-2 'A, Don Freeman was second 
in rebounding for the lllini. Freeman's 18.3 aver- 
age gives him an opportunity to break the Illinois 
career scoring record in 1966. His quick moves 
enabled him to out-score and out-rebound taller 
opponents game after game. 



FORWARD DON FREEMAN concentrates on the Illinois basket 
while driving around his Washington opponent. 



Freeman Nears All Time Scoring Record 



A COMMON SIGHT for lllini fans was Freeman out 
lumping taller opponents and bringing down the re- 
bound. 



FREEMAN WEASLES THROUGH two defenders 
and builds lllini lead. 





Redmon's Improvement Key 
to mini Success 



After two years of frustration, Bogie Red- 
mon reached his potential in 1965. Scoring 20 
points for the first time in his career, he fin- 
ished the season with a 15.2 average. Red- 
mon's improved rebounding was a decisive 
factor in Illinois' success when center Skip 
Thoren was hampered with an ankle injury 
during the latter part of the year. 



BOGIE REDMON'S concentrated effort 
sparked the lllini. 



REDMON STRAINS to keep control of an Ohio State rebound 
as To! Brody and Don Freeman stand ready to assist. 



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REDMON "FLIES" toward the ball after 
blocking a Bowling Green shot. 




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TAL BRODY SCORES on a fast break despite 
the efforts of his confused opponent. 



BRODY MAKES A PATH through Washington defenders 
on route to an Illinois score. 



Brody Quarterbacks lllini Attach 



UNDISTURBED BY the efforts of an Ohio State guard, 
Brody sets up the lllini offense. 



Tal Brody's consistent play for the past 
three years has been the nucleus of Illinois' 
backcourt threat. He averaged 19.3 points 
per game by way of long jump shots and driv- 
ing layups. Brody's fine ball control set up 
scoring plays and kept the team poised dur- 
ing close games. 



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DON FREEMAN pulls in the rebound as 
he is surrounded by Buckeyes. 



BRODY FIGHTS through Boilermaker hands 
to score a key layup. 



SKIPPER EXECUTES his famous hook as 
Purdue looks helplessly on. 



FREEMAN GETS FAR above his taller opponents 
to bounce in a tip for two. 




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CAPTAIN SKIP THOREN sparkles on a left-handed reverse layup. 



DEXTEROUS BRODY slides through a field of State 
men for an easy left-hander. 




TAL BRODY easily out- 
distances a Buckeye. 




IOWA CENTER PEEPLES has no chance against 
Hinton's lunging hook. 



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Cheerleaders Raise 
Team Spirit 



The 1964-65 Cheerleaders led students, 
faculty, and alums in victory chants for foot- 
ball and basketball. After several weeks of 
tryouts, the squad was chosen and began prac- 
tice for the first time. 

Aided by Chief llliniwek, the Cheerleaders 
kept school spirits high at pep rallies on Fri- 
day evenings before football games. Led by 
Captain Nancy Feuerbacher, the I Mini enthu- 
siasm was made clear. 



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"BUT I DON'T have 
a comb." 



GENE TATTINI looks for support at 
the first basketball game. 



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"COME ON TEAM you can do it," seems to be 
Sandy Christ's wish. 



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POM-POMS PLAY an important part in cheers 
as shown by Mary Fran Keating. 



CHEERLEADERS ARE chosen after strenuous work shops 
which often reveal much. 



NANCY FEUERBACHER leads the football fans 
In the "Illinois Loyalty." 



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1965 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

Michigan 88 

Michigan State .38 

Minnesota 34 

ILLINOIS 21 

Northwestern 18 

Purdue 18 

Indiana 17 

Ohio State 15 

Wisconsin 14 

I owa 14 



A WRESTLER in trouble looks fo 
the sidelines for help. 



OFFICIALS WATCH closely as the referee signals one point for a take-down. 




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ANDY ZINDERIS INCHES away froai pinning 
his Indiana opponent. 



BALANCE WAS a prime ingredient for lllini 
wrestlers avoiding pins. 



Grapplers Finish in the Middle of Big Ten Meet 



ON WAY TO an important takedown, Andy Zinderis 
uses leg leverage to fell his opponent. 




lllini wrestlers hoped to improve on their 1964 
performance. Coach Pat Patterson was not too op- 
timistic as that season opened. "The team will be 
extremely green this year, and there is no corres- 
pondence school for experience." 

In 1965, after losing only three lettermen and 
with that year's experience, the lllini were ready 
for a much better season. Joe Domko, 1 57 pounds, 
placed second in the Big Ten championships despite 
a broken nose. Patterson claims he would have won 
easily had he not been injured and expects him to 
be favored in 1965. Clayton Beattie, 147 pounds, 
could also lead the grapplers to victory. Beattie was 
undefeated in 1964 dual meets and later upset in 
the championships. Solid performance by these two 
was expected, and the team success was determined 
by the improvement of the rest of the squad. 




A STAND OUT is executed by an lllini 
matman during dual meet competition. 



FRED APROTI in the process of taking down his opponent 
seems to be wondering what to do next. 



Wrestlers Prepare for Conference Meet 



STRUGGLING IS USELESS as 

Aproti pins his man. 



AN UNHEALTHY situation is 
\A/itnessed by the lllini. 





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1965 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

LLINOIS 361 

Ohio State 28 

Wisconsin 28 

owa 28 

Michigan State 15 

ndiana 8 



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A BRILLIANT THRUST is skillfully parried by a good 
defensive move in a championship epee match. 



Illinois' 1964 fencing season was nothing ex- 
traordinary. For the fourth time in four years, the 
team and their veteran coach Mac Garret cap- 
tured the Big Ten fencing championships. Junior 
Craig Bell went on to win the NCAA saber fencing 
title, and the entire squad was honored by a rank- 
ing of seventh in the nation. 



This year the prospects are once again amazingly 
good. The saber and foil teams are expected to 
become even stronger with the addition of upcom- 
ing freshmen. Ron Offrect in particular was cited 
by Garrett as a man to watch. With senior Craig 
Bell and junior Roger Garret, 1965 looked like an- 
other Big Ten championship year for Illinois fenc- 
ing. 



A MICHIGAN STATE fencer catches an lllini off guard 
for a touch in a foil match. 



CHAMPION CRAIG BELL is parried in a clutch struggle 
for the foil championship. 




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TOP ROW: Tom Trigger, Bob Bachman, Allan Charles, Tom Branca SECOND ROW: Al Klingel, 
coach; Alan Castator, Bruce Newell, Dave Florio, Dick Sloan, assistant coach BOTTOM ROW: Jon 
Olin, Tom Sawicki, Charles Boyce, Pete Bates 



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1965 BIG TEN STANDINGS 




Indiana 


. . ^ 447 


Michigan 


... 409 


Michigan State 


. . 273 


Ohio State 


. . 236 


Minnesota 


130 


Wisconsin 


. . 102 


Iowa 


57 


Northwestern 


48 


ILLINOIS 


40 


Purdue 


20 




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Swimming Coach Al Klingel was looking 
forward to a better 1965 season. A winning 
coach in eight out of his eleven years at the 
University, he was hopeful that the 1 -7 record 
of 1964 could be considerably bettered in 
1965. 

Injuries and graduations hurt the '64 team, 
but practice and sophomores should see an 
improvement this year. Strength should be 
coming back to the sagging lllini tankmen as 
they take advantage of their dearly gained ex- 
perience. In addition, the Coach has indi- 
cated that last year's freshman team was one 
of his more successful ones. In the next few 
years, Illinois' swimming picture should get 
brighter and brighter if Coach Klingel's past 
records and predictions are any indication. 




AS STOPWATCHES CLICK, Cob Bachman takes an 
early lead at Huff pool. 



Tankmen Look for Improvement 



■' 'HOLY cow does that water look cold!" 




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1965 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

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Michigan 6 

Iowa 6 1 

Michigan State 5 2 

Wisconsin 4 3 

Indiana 3 3 

Minnesota 2 5 

ILLINOIS 1 6 

Ohio State 7 




CAPTAIN WAYNE WAGNER goes upright 
on the difficult still rings. 



Wayne Wagner, captain; Llewellyn Iffland, Victor Sanchez, John Elia-jon, Robert Reed, Charles Weber, Don Schramm, manager; Charles Pond, coach 




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Illinois' gymnasts finished fifth in 1964 
with a team composed mainly of sophomores 
and juniors. Looking toward 1965, Coach 
Charles Pond said, "The meet showed gym- 
nasts with lots of promise, and the boys per- 
formed as well as expected." 

With that important year's experience and 
the loss of only one letterman by graduation, 
the team expected great improvement. All- 
around performer, Victor Sanchez, developed 
into one of the finest competitors in the con- 
ference. However, the loss of Bill Silhan be- 
cause of a knee injury hurt the team consider- 
ably. Junior John Eliason, sidehorse standout, 
and senior Llewellyn Iffland, trampoline and 
free exercise, picked up the slack with fine 
work throughout the year. Wayne Wagner, 
rings and free exercise, was the 1965 Captain. 



JOHN ELIASON DISPLAYS top form on the side horse 
while performing in the Big Ten Championships. 



Gymnasts Gain Experience 



GARY VANDERVOORT and Fred Roethlisberger, taking fifth and third in the free exercise, 
led Michigan State to the Big Ten Championship. 




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1964 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Wisconsin 64 

Michigan 52 

ILLINOIS 33 

Michigan State 22 

Northwestern 16 

I owa 12 

Indiana 11 

Minnesota 9 

Ohio State 9 

Purdue 2 



CAPTAIN ALLEN CARIUS displays the winning form that 
carried him to a Big Ten victory. 



TOP ROW: JefF Lundeen, Moline; Pat Mullen, Farmer City; Larry Hinton, 
Shelbyville; Mike Nauta, Brookfield; Fritz Goretzke, Springfield; Jim Escher, 
Hinsdale SECOND ROW: Coach L. T. Johnson; Gilwyn Williams, Spanish- 
town, Jamaica; Wendell Grant, Marion; Bogie Redmon, Collinsville; Rick 



Lally, Crystal Lake; Foster Travis, Palatine; Jim Enck, Naperville BOTTOM 
ROW: Allen Carius, Morton; Trenton Jackson, Rochester, New York; Mike 
Yavorski, Alton; Mike Gallo, Chicago; Mel Blanheim, White Plains, New 
York; Dave Becker, Tremont; Mike Holbrook, Riverton, New Jersey 



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Hard work was the key to success for Coach Leo 
Johnson's trackmen. After a mediocre fifth place 
cross country team and a sixth place finish in in- 
door track, Illinois steadily improved to finish third 
in the Big Ten Outdoor Track Meet. 

Olympic star, Trenton Jackson, led the lllini with 
victories in both the 100- and the 220-yard dashes. 
Dave Becker, with a fine time of 1 :20.5, earned the 
thinclads' only other first place title in the 660-yard 
run. Mel Blanheim had two second place finishes 
behind Jackson, helping the lllini sweep the 100 
and gain additional points. Bogie Redmon, with 
fourth in the discus, and Al Carius, with a second 
and fourth in the mile and two mile runs respect- 
ively, rounded out Illinois' impressive 33 point 
finish in the meet. 

At the First Olympic Trials at Randalls Island, 
N. Y., Jackson qualified for the Olympic team with 
a time of 10.1. Jackson was also named Outstand- 
ing Performer in the Central Collegiate Conference 
Meet and was awarded the John P. Nicholson 
Award by being voted top athlete by the press and 
radio. The junior speedster will come back next sea- 
son as Co-Captain with Dave Becker. 



SOPHOMORE LARRY HINTON shows winning form as he stretches 
for extra inches in the broad jump. 



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Trackmen Surprise Big Ten Opponents 



MEL BLANHEIM and Dave Becker break the tape one, two 
as the lllini defeat the U. of C. Track Club. 



STAR HURDLER Wendall Grant gallops down the track as he 
easily outdistances the rest of the field. 




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JUNIOR BOGIE REDMOND, second-best discus thrower in lllini history 
placed fourth m the Big Ten with a toss of 156 feet mstory. 



8^%^.'^'^?''^ ^-^^^ LUNDEEN rated by Coach Johnson as potential 
Big Ten champion, consistently recorded throws of 50 feet or bette, 



or better. 



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ln^'^h°AnA^^^^ ^i^F"- ^°"^i='«n' mini dash-man, was upset winner 
in the 600-yard dash in the Big Ten meet. winner 



i^rhl?! ^?^ KOENIG, reliable point scorer in Big Ten meets, 
arches back and pole in attempt to clear 13 feet. 



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1964 BIG TEN STANDINGS 

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Minnesota ] ] 

Michigan 10 

Ohio State 10 

Michigan State 8 

Purdue g 

Wisconsin 8 

Indiana 7 

Iowa 7 

Northwestern 4 

ILLINOIS 1 



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extra bases for the 1964 season. 



TOP ROW: Mgr. Dick Schaefer, Chicago; Jerry Weygandt, Belleville; Dick 
Freehill, Melvin; Jeff Ferguson, Benton; Jerry Baker, Peotone; Rich Callaghan, 
Champaign; Bill Tookey, Norridge; Ray Kasper, Chicago; Capt. Robert Belsole, 
Englewood Cliff, New Jersey; Coach Lee Eilbracht SECOND ROW: Mike 
Peterson, Champaign; Dave Koch, Crystal Lake; Joel Jonas, Chicago; Ron 



/Waurer, Chicago; Pat Fitzgerald, Cary; Dave Crouse, Urbana; Jim Vopicka, 
Brookfield; Dave Ryniec, Chicago BOTTOM ROW: Farrel Wiman, Robin- 
son; Barry Moore, Normal; John Fritzen, Urbana; John Peden, Chicago; Ron 
Christopher, Chicago; John Secresf, Highla.'^d Park; Phil Mappa, Chicago; 
Craig Mundt, Urbana 








Diamondmen Fail to Repeat 



After a respectable performance in pre-season 
games, Coach Lee Eilbracht's diamondmen slumped 
to the worst Big Ten season in Illinois history. The 
lllini opened the season in Texas with a 5-4 record 
earning them a 20th rating in national polls. The 
team collected 97 hits, 31 of them extra baggers, 
and 80 runs in their 317 official trips to the plate. 
Optimistic Coach Eilbracht stated, "I think this 
year's team could be even better than last year's 
club." But all the opening promises, even Eil- 
bracht's, were left unfulfilled. 

The lllini, who had batted .307 in Texas, lost 
their keen eyes and tumbled to a .204 squad aver- 
age. Teamed with equally disappointing pitching, 
the team finished last in the Big Ten. 

Pitcher John Secrest, who missed the first half 
of the season because of illness, recorded the one 
Illinois conference win. After a perfect 5-0 mark 
in 1963, Jerry Weygandt failed to win a game. 



RON CHRISTOPHER raps a sharp single to left in 
lllini victory over Purdue. 



Although Lee Eilbracht's batsmen did poorly in 
the 1964 season, the lllini have had many distin- 
guished seasons since Eilbracht took over the job. 
In 1952 and 1953 the lllini tied Michigan for top 



honors, and in 1 962 and 1 963 won the Big Ten title 
outright. As a tribute to his success in coaching 
Coach Eilbracht was appointed coach of the United 
States baseball team for the 1964 Olympic Games. 



COACH EILBRACHT SAGS in frustration EILBRACHT TURNS his head as if to elude from sight 

as his team starts a mistake-filled game. the comedy of errors m the sixth mnmg. 



BY THE NINTH inning Coach Eilbracht knows that 
all hope is gone for at least one more lllini w/in. 







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Sophomore shortstop Jim Vopicka paced the lone 
Big Ten victory against Purdue with a grand slam 
home run. Five of the six Illinois scores came in the 
second inning as the lllini finally won 6-1 . 

Ron Christopher led the lllini batsmen for the 
season with a .286 average. Vopicka was next in 
line with a .260 average and was elected the Most 
Valuable Player of 1964. He was given the addi- 
tional honor of being named to the Olympic Base- 
ball squad. Ron Maurer, junior center fielder, was 
chosen captain for the 1965 season. 




JIM VOPICKA, one of the few bright spots on a team that fell from first to 
the cellar in the Big Ten, displays his bunting form. 



TEAMMATES BAKER and Reinich wait at the plate to congratulate Ron 
Christopher who has just smashed another Big Ten round-tripper. 



CHRISTOPHER FLIPS to shortstop Vopicka at second who fires to Callaghan for a 
sparkling double-play in the lllini's only Big Ten win against Purdue. 





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1964 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Purdue 1487 

Indiana 1505 

Michigan 1517 

Minnesota 1 524 

Wisconsin 1 527 

Ohio State 1530 

Michigan State 1534 

Northwestern 1 553 

ILLINOIS 1568 

Iowa 1594 




CAPTAIN DOUG FOSTER was one of the top pertormers 
on the well-balanced golf team, finishing twelfth in the 
Big-Ten meet. 



TOP ROW: Coach Ralph Fletcher, Don Simon, Danville; Joe Hurst, Highland Park; Captain Doug Foster, Urbana BOTTOM ROW: 
Bob Goulding, Alton; Lee Newell, Calumet City; Charles Kohr, Decatur 






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Linksmen Slip to Ninth 



Balance was the key to the lllini's first five dual 
meet victories. Illinois defeated Wisconsin, Illinois 
State, Northern Illinois, Principia, and Eastern Illi- 
nois before their first loss to Northwestern I6V2- 
19^2. Coach Ralph Fletcher commented, "We have 
no individual players this year, but all the players 
are on a par and they should progress as the season 
progresses." 

The lllini's improvement tapered off in their 
next four matches. The team's inability to score 
carried over into the Big Ten meet in which they 
finished ninth with a disappointing total of 1568. 

Captain Doug Foster tied for 12th place in the 
72 hole tournament, and Captain-elect Chuck Kohr 
shot 308 for 15th place. Don Simon was the links- 
men's only other top twenty man with a 314 finish 
which was good enough for 19th place. 



LINKSMAN JOE HURST follows through on an iron shot 
as he warms up for a practice session. 



CAPTAIN-ELECT Chuck Kohr is a model of concentration 
as he lines up a putt. 



KOHR FROWNS in disgust as his ball 
hangs on the lip of the cup. 



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LEE NEWELL IS a blur of motion as he 
whips into a long drive. 



JOE HURST WAITS his turn to hit the bal. 



WORK AND PLAY seem to mix as lllini golfers 
practice for the Big Ten meet. 




JOE VANGSNESS FOLLOWS through on his drive, as he displays the 
fine form that made him a valuable member of the golf team. 



BOB GOULDING, one of the steady players that paced the lllini 
last year, poses w/ith his favorite putter. 




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1964 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Indiana 69 

Michigan 48 

Northwestern 43 

Michigan State 25^2 

Wisconsin 1 5 Vi 

Ohio State 15 

ILLINOIS 11 

Minnesota 10 

Iowa IVz 

Purdue SVz 



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SENIOR CAPTAIN Frank Noble, three year letter winner and 
number one man for two years, was a bright spot in Illinois' 
otherwise unsuccessful season. 




TOP ROW: Coach H. J. Braun; Tom Bauer, Scituate, Massachusetts; Bob Shineflug, Elmhurst; Capt. Frank Noble, Danville; John Sisson, 
Dayton, Ohio BOTTOM ROW: Tom AAcCollum, Des Moines, Iowa; Larry Moss, Pei<in; Bob Lewke, La Grange 




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Netmen Finish Seventh 



Illinois opened the season with twin wins over 
Emory College and Mercer College. Following these 
victories, Coach Bob Lansford commented, "Consid- 
ering the lack of practice, the team looked fine. 
They show a great deal of promise. With more ex- 
perience, they should have a fine season." 

When the Big Ten championships started at the 
mini's home courts, however, their promise dwin- 
dled. Only Tom Bauer and the doubles team of John 
Sisson and Bob Shineflug advanced to the semifinal 
playoffs. Shineflug and Sisson put on the longest 
match of the tournament, winning 10-8, 8-10, and 
6-4 on the first day of play. 

The lllini finished seventh in the conference and 
had an overall season mark of 9-10 in the dual 
meets. Tom Bauer was elected captain for 1965. 



WITH COACH Howie Braun are 1964 Captain Frank Noble and 1965 Captain 
Tom Bauer, who were the top scorers for the lllini netmen. 



BIG TEN CHAMPION Marty Reissen of Northwestern smashes a return during 
the Big Ten Championships at the Huff Gym courts. 




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TOM McCOlLUM, Des Moines, Iowa 



'65 lllini Netmen 






JOHN SISSON, Dayton, Ohio 



BOB SHINEFIUG, Eimhurst, Illinois 




lARRY MOSS, Pekin, Illinois 



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Butkus Chosen Athlete of the Year 




Center Dick Butkus, in his junior year, was hon- 
ored as the Athlete of the Year in an all campus 
election held in the spring. Since the election he 
has received additional national acclaim. In his last 
season he was named Lineman of the Year and was 
third in the Heisman Trophy voting. Perhaps the 
highest national honor for Butkus was his first 
team mention in every All-American selection. 



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Craig Bell, junior, led the lllini fencing team back 
to Big Ten prominence as they won the Big Ten 
championship by a wide margin. Bell took a third 
place in saber competition at the meet, and then 
followed by winning the NCAA championship. 




In the fall he was defensive end on the gridiron; 
in the winter he wrestled with the best of them; 
and in the spring he covered first base easily. This 
Rich Callaghan has become one of only four to win 
nine Illinois varsity letters. 



Skip Thoren, junior center for the basketball 
team, blossomed into a fine all-around player during 
his second year of varsity play. Leading the lllini in 
scoring and rebounding, he was voted as Most Valu- 
able Player at the close of the season. 



Trenton Jackson, star sprinter for the lllini track 
team, topped off his year by winning a pair of firsts 
in the 100- and 220-yard dashes at the conference 
meet. Later he earned a berth on the Olympic track 
team and finished eighth at Tokyo. 





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DICK FLAKS and Jim Gillespie 
battle for a high pass. 



LARRY WORTHEN IS all alone for a long gain 
in pledge competition. 



CHI PSI QUARTERBACK John Randell appears undisturbed 
as an opposing rusher attacks. 



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ALL l-M BACK John Wollney makes a last minute attempt 
for an interception. 




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Intramural Sports 



The Department of Intramural and Recreational 
Sports offered competition on both an individual 
and team basis. Enthusiasm was evident as par- 
ticipation reached an all time high. 

Team sports were divided into independent and 
fraternity competition with the fraternities being 
broken into Orange and Blue divisions on the basis 
of house size. Points were awarded for league and 
play-off victories to determine an over all cham- 
pion in each of the three divisions. 

Trophies were awarded to the winners of Recre- 
ational sports such as wrestling and golf. Co-recre- 
ational sports in which both men and women com- 
pete were especially popular. 



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in a close game. 



MIKE SIDNEY PREPARES to shoot a free ihrow as 
John Glennon awaits the action at mid-court. 



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Honoraries 269-289 

Service 290-295 



Professional 



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Religious 328-334 

Social 335-343 




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SIGMA IOTA EPSILON 



BETA ALPHA PSI 



Founded at the University of Illinois in 1927, 
Sigma lota Epsilon has become a national honorary 
fraternity for men and women in management. The 
original purpose was to encourage high scholarship 
among those commerce students majoring in indus- 
trial management, but now the society also selects 
its members from those having an interest in the 
general field of management. Members must have 
a 4.0 all-U and a 4.0 in management courses. 

Two of the basic objectives of the group are to 
stimulate interest and achievement in management 
and to promote scholarship and research in the de- 
velopment of the scientific approach to the solution 
of problems in the business world. 



Founded at the University of Illinois in 1919, 
Beta Alpha Psi is the only national honor fraternity 
in the field of accounting. Those accounting majors 
who have maintained a high scholastic average in 
all courses are chosen for membership. The honorary 
actively promotes scholarship among all students 
by sponsoring a tutoring program in some of the 
basic accounting courses and by holding review ses- 
sions near the end of each semester. 

Frequent luncheons allowed the members to get 
better acquainted with each other and with invited 
faculty speakers. Beta Alpha Psi also sponsored an 
invitation banquet and field trip to a public account- 
ing firm during the first semester. 



TOP ROW: Barry Siegal, Jan Sagett, Daniel Luechtefeld, Donald Hay, War- 
ren Ross, Jon Gregg, Eckard Vedder, Elliot Peskind SECOND ROW: 
Richard Schultz, Thomas Cutilletta, Richard Kenyon, alumni secretary; Linda 




Hoffman, Donald Olson, treasurer,- William Temple, Don McGuire BOTTOM 
ROW: Larry Blust, recording secretary; Loren Schroll, vice president; John 
Crone, president; Douglas Scudamore, vice president 





TOP ROW: Raymond Gibbs, William Fraser, president; Byron Taylor, How- 
ard Lundeen, Roger Johnson, Raymond Persino, Edward Slavik, Lee Nafziger 
MIDDLE ROW: Donald Leverenz, David Bartholomew, Joseph Figueira, 
Allan Evans, recording secretary; James Lange, Charles Allen, Thomas 



Branca, William Voelker BOTTOM ROW: Andrew Weise, Michael Levin, 
treasurer; Glenn VanBlaricum, corresponding secretary; John Henderson, 
vice president; Professor Emil Lehman, advisor; Shiu-Kwong Chan 



TAU BETA PI 



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The first engineering honor society, Tau Beta Pi 
was founded to recognize those who have brought 
honor to their Alma Mater by exhibiting superior 
scholarship and exemplary character as engineering 
undergraduates or by their attainments as alumni 
in engineering. It also seeks to foster a spirit of 
liberal culture in the engineering colleges. 

To become a member of the fraternity a student 
must have maintained a 4.75 average after four se- 
mesters, 4.5 after five semesters, or a 4.25 after 
six semesters. Each year the Illinois Alpha chap- 
ter holds a banquet where they present an award to 
the outstanding freshman engineer who has excelled 
in scholarship and activities. 



Sigma Tau Fraternity was founded in 1904 as an 
honorary fraternity of engineering students whose 
purpose it was to recognize high scholarship and 
professional attainment. During the past school 
year the membership, which includes juniors, sen- 
iors, and faculty, observed the fiftieth anniversary 
of the founding of the local chapter. 

The chapter secretary, Charles Allen, was sent 
as chapter representative to the biennial confer- 
ence of the 33 national chapters held in Dallas, 
Texas, last November. During the last Engineering 
Open House, the members constructed and operated 
a nineteenth century electric computer. Forty-two 
members were welcomed at the Initiation Banquet. 



TOP ROW: Robert Hecht, Roger Uhlhorn, Edward Behounek, Edward Slavik, 
Kenneth Apacki, Rolf Maurer, Richard Runquist, John Garlanger, James 
Gates, John Henderson SECOND ROW: Roger Adelman, corresponding 



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Allen, recording secretary; Errol Unikel, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Ray- 
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TOP ROW: Kenneth Apacki, Kenneth Carlson, John Shaw, Robert Douglass, 
Etem Baccil, Andrew Kotowicz, Omojola Ogunlade, Michael Mundy, Robert 
Marek, Thomas Fiala, John Kowalczyk SECOND ROW: Arnold Ness, Don- 
ald Render, Gary Cogswell, Howard Lundeen, Robert Notz, Thomas Dickman, 
Edward Behounek, Gerald Baum, Byron Wysong, Daniel Lorch, Thomas Lind- 
say, Byron Taylor BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Persino, Melvin Slane, cor- 
responding secretary; Charles Carlson, vice president; Prof. James Bayne, 



advisor; Irwin Wilken, president; James Snell, recording secretary; Frederick 
Burtleson. treasurer; Richard Runquist NOT IN PANEl: Patrick Adell, 
Roger Adelman, Jerry Atkins, Ronald Barsema, Jon Brannan, Cevad Cevikus, 
Daniel Danko, Jack Esmond, Richard Grennan, Thomas Henwood, Dennis 
Huffington, Kenneth Kasza, William Koves, George Kuhns, Richard Moreau, 
Ronald Mussulman, William Nicholson, Merle Quick, Robert Rossbacher 



PI TAU SIGMA 



ETA KAPPA NU 



Founded at Illinois in 1915, Pi Tau Sigma is a 
national engineering honorary. The society is de- 
voted to fostering high ideals of engineering and 
developing desirable qualities in mechanical engi- 
neers. Membership selection is based on student- 
faculty ratings and scholastic record. 

The members constructed a display for Engineer- 
ing Open House and won the $50.00 first prize for 
the display which best explained its field. The 
group also conducted a tutoring service for fresh- 
men and sophomores in the mechanical engineering 
curriculum. At the annual Awards Banquet an out- 
standing sophomore was honored. In addition the 
group arranged sports matches with the faculty. 



Now numbering over 1 00 chapters, Eta Kappa Nu 
was founded at Illinois with the purpose of recog- 
nizing outstanding scholarship achievement in the 
Electrical Engineering Department. 

The honor society conducts a program which 
benefits both the students and the E. E. Depart- 
ment. The members hold bi-monthly meetings that 
feature such well-known speakers as Dean Everitt 
and the Nobel Prize winner Dr. John Bardeen. For 
the benefit of the electrical engineering students, 
they sponsor a refresher course before the pro- 
fessional engineer's exam. Each semester the so- 
ciety presents an award to an outstanding graduat- 
ing senior in the department. 



TOP ROW: Charles Nochumson, Glenn Van Blaricum, Larry Nixon, Andrew 
Weise, Lester Lendrum, David Casasent, John Salcius, Henry Magnuski, 
Vincent Angelton, Richard Kostelnicek, John Henderson BOTTOM ROW: 



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Donald Leverenz, president; Prof. William Albright, advisor; John Robertson, 
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TOP ROW: John Berra, Richard Livesay, Paul Ellis, Alfred Vermiglio, Robert 
Reynolds, treasurer; John Garlanger, Jerome Leszkiewicz SECOND ROW: 
Hassan Rejali, corresponding secretary; James Coulson, vice president; J. L. 
Merritt, advisor; Dennis Fischer, president; George Beall, recording secretary; 
Charles Allen, transit editor BOTTOM ROW: Lyie Marlovi^e, David Baum- 



gartner, Charles Oliver, Harry Kohler, Karim Habibagahi, Ronald Schwarcz 
NOT IN PANEL: W. A. Oliver, advisor; Kenneth Clausen, Thomas Gavin, 
Dale Kern, Ronald Meliza, Gholamreza Mesri, Quentin Robnett, Marvin 
Wollin, Alan Zimmer 



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CHI EPSILON 



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The members of Chi Epsilon devote themselves 
to improvement of the civil engineering profession. 
They strive to improve civil engineering as an in- 
strument for a better society, to advance the best 
engineering education, and to aid in the develop- 
ment of successful civil engineers. 

The national fraternity was founded at Illinois 
in 1922 and now claims over fifteen thousand 
members across the nation. Monthly meetings are 
held at which pledges are chosen from juniors and 
seniors in civil engineering based on interviews 
and scholastic achievement. The pledges develop 
and maintain a display during Engineering Open 
House. 



There are two purposes of the Gargoyle Society. 
The first of these is to recognize and to reward 
scholastic achievement. Secondly, they strive to 
encourage fellowship and communication of ideas. 

Membership in this honorary organization is for 
students in the Department of Architecture only. 
Pledges are selected on the basis of excellence in 
scholarship, character, and architectural ability 
which they have previously demonstrated. 

Two pledge smokers were held for the purpose 
of acquainting prospective members with the so- 
ciety. During the year the programs for the Gar- 
goyle Society included both faculty forums and 
lectures on contemporary problems in architecture. 



TOP ROW: Charles Barr, Henry Stephenson, William Lipsey, Arthur Kaha, 
Gerald Spoolstra, David Renkes, Daniel Figert, Chester Witczak, John Zils 
THIRD ROW: Gerald Fedorchak, Haider Gulzar, Lawrence O'Connor, Thomas 
Bast, William Voelker, Jerry Stockbridge, Daniel Lackowski, James Hotaling, 
Nicky Cheung, Leiand Roth SECOND ROW: Donald Jakob, vice president; 
Melvin Frank, treasurer; Alan Laing, advisor; Edmond Toth, Virginia Deliy- 
annis, Richard Amundsen, president; Walter Lewis, advisor BOTTOM ROW: 



James Stanek, Philip Prince, Kenneth Kostal, Robert Young, Michael Free- 
man NOT IN PANEL: Eric Anderson, Robert Anderson, Richard Becker, 
William Bauhs, James Byrnes, Christopher Chan, John Clinton, William Cloe, 
Daniel Hanser, David Hemmann, Thomas Miller, Stephen Nitekman, Jay 
Paul, John Rakocy, Anthony Schnarsky, Timothy Smith, David Torphy, secre- 
tary; James Urbonas, James Warfield, Herbert Zeller 



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TOP ROW: Wilma Hughes, Martha Cromwell, Barbara Geiser, Beverly Gold- 
smith, Carol Vignasse, Carol Metsker, Beverly Kessler, Linda Harris SEC- 
OND ROW: Norma Anderson, Evelyn White, Frederick Rodgers, initiation 



chairman; Walter Kaulfers, advisor; Mgry Huser, president; Marguerita John- 
son, historian BOTTOM ROW: Leslie Cohen, Barbara Kaplan, Hilda Weeks, 
Susan Gaines, Rosette Strubel 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



MASK AND BAUBLE 



The national co-educational honor society in edu- 
cation, Kappa Delta Pi, was founded at Illinois in 
1911. The society now numbers 239 chapters in 46 
states with a total active and alumni membership 
in excess of a quarter million. Since 1935 the Uni- 
versity of Illinois Alpha Chapter has been making 
an annual scholarship award of $100 to the top- 
ranking senior in education whose name is engraved 
on a plaque in the new Education Building. 

The society encourages high professional, intel- 
lectual and personal standards and recognizes out- 
standing contributions to education. Persons ex- 
hibiting sound scholarship and commendable per- 
sonal qualities are invited to become members. 



The highlight of the past year for the members 
of Mask and Bauble was an excursion to the Stude- 
baker Theater in Chicago, at which time they were 
introduced to Larry Parks who was starring in Any 
Wednesday. He was a former president of the group 
while an undergraduate at Illinois. Other activities 
included the annual banquet in the spring and the 
officer-initiation ceremony. 

Mask and Bauble is the local honorary for par- 
ticipants in college theater work. Founded at the 
University for the promotion of campus drama, ac- 
tive membership totals forty students. The best 
candidates for membership are pledged and initiated 
each spring for their acting or crew work. 



TOP ROW: Gary Gardner, president; Sheila Sundquist SECOND ROW: 
Karen Evans, Judith Shiplock, Elizabeth Long BOTTOM ROW: Gretchen 



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cia Dixon, Shirley Elliott, Jane Stevens, Margaret Grabowski, Barbara Reid, 
Elaine Miller, Linda Stephenson SECOND ROW: Connie Richards, Cheryl 
Smith, Florence Chan, secretary; Kay Brandau, Sara Gusse, president; Virginia 



Lansford, Joyce Nies, Janet Tucker, treasurer; Bette Schaffner, advisor 
BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Russell, Janene Walter, Mary Steimel, Suzanne 
Sprinkle, Marjorie Vaninger, Gayle Rush, Patricia Bauer, Vivien Van 



PHI UPSILON OMICRON 



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One of forty-six national chapters, Pi Chapter 
of Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national Home Eco- 
nomics honorary, was founded at the University 
of Illinois in 1926. The two-fold purpose of the 
club is to honor the members' achievements and 
to enable them to learn more about their profes- 
sion. Members are chosen from among those under- 
graduates or graduates in Home Economics who 
have completed forty-six hours of study and are in 
the upper forty percent of their class. 

This year Pi Chapter sent its president, Sara 
Gusse, to the National Conclave in Columbus, Ohio 
and also initiated Dr. Mary Mather, Professor of 
Home Economics, as an honorary member. 



Strength of the body, mind and spirit signifies 
Alpha Sigma Nu, the Physical Education honorary. 
The organization's purpose is to recognize junior 
and senior women who have maintained a sound 
scholastic record, demonstrated leadership, and 
given outstanding service to the organizations pro- 
moting women's physical education activities. The 
year 1909 marks the organization's founding date 
on the campus of the University of Illinois. 

The ideals of Alpha Sigma Nu are proficiency in 
Physical Education, dynamic leadership, wholesome 
living, high standards of intellectual development 
and a spirit of sportsmanship which carries over 
into the everyday life of the members. 



TOP ROW: Sandra Christ, Georgia Brunner, president; Virginia Studer, 
Sandra Wilham, vice president; Ingrid Gross, Shirlee Hitter, secretary; 



BOTTOM ROW: Judith Zussman, Janice Walk, Margaret Bruce, Ann Mc- 
Knight, Margaret Harper NOT IN PANEL: Sue Fenner 



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TOP ROW: Judith Lundeen, Barbara Gold, Peggy Tropp, Mary Bowman, 
Artene Ruksza, Marcia Black, Barbara Whiteside, Carolyn Ehrlicher, Beverly 
Rosen SECOND ROW: Mrs. Barbara Dennis, advisor; Mary Sauer, matrix 
chairman; Sallie Pagels, secretary; Janet Vespa, treasurer; Randy Rosner, 
president; Elizabeth Hupp, first vice president; Arleda Watson, Myrna Hankin, 



Marilyn Walson, Barbara Novak BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Shingler, Angela 
Kwoloventzov, Pamela Smith, Sandra Stein, Nancy Wolfe, Leah Kaufman, 
Karen Johnson, Gale Gran, Judith Keith NOT IN PANEL: Nan Lundberg, 
Suzanne Sprinkle 



THETA SIGMA PHI 

During the year professional journalists spoke 
to the women of Theta Sigma Phi, national profes- 
sional fraternity. This year's speakers included Mr. 
Gene Graham, Mr. Micheal Kenyon, and a panel 
of local professional women. The group also met 
journalists at the Matrix dinner, the Ladies-of-the- 
Press brunch, and during the chapter's trip to Chi- 
cago over a recent week-end. 

Membership is open to junior and senior women 
committed to careers in journalism. Goals of the 
group include working for a free and responsible 
press, uniting women in communications, reward- 
ing distinguished journalistic achievement, and 
maintaining high professional standards. 



ZETA PHI ETA 

Tau Chapter of Zeta Phi Eta, a national pro- 
fessional speech fraternity for women, was founded 
on the University of Illinois campus in 1937. Mem- 
bers are selected on the basis of high scholarship 
and interest in speech as a profession. Since its 
founding Tau Chapter has taken an active role in 
both campus and speech activities. 

Last summer the Pearl Bennett Broxam Me- 
morial Scholarship for professional achievement 
was presented to Tau Chapter; a deserving mem- 
ber of the honorary received the scholarship. This 
year Zeta Phi Eta participated in International 
Fair when they ran a successful Sweet Shoppe 
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TOP ROW: Ronny Briskman, Jerrilyn Kosik, Karen Ellett, Judy Pilot, Teresa 
Connor, Miriam Lobatz, Sandra Solomon, Mary Evans BOTTOM ROW: 
Carol Kosovski, treasurer; Lenore Gvirtz, president; Frances Johnson, advisor; 



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Rena Hochbeer, vice president; Bernadine Heller, marshall NOT IN PANEL: 

Kathryn Clayton, secretary; Mary Phelps, Marcia Klain, Caroline Feld, Jane 
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TOP ROW: Linda Gent, Mae Brewer, Rita Ritcher, vice president; Dawn 
Holman, Jane Wiesenmeyer THIRD ROW: Joan McGlashen, Eileen Hanson, 
Kathryn Droba, Floralie Wexler, Sara Baker, Marilyn Liggett, llona Pinzke, 
Owen Goldsmith, Glenda Hewlett SECOND ROW: Janet Wood, Carolyn 
Schmidt, Theresa Turley, Carol Mangold, Beverly Ferguson, Judith Baacke, 




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England, Susan Shapin, Eleanor Lincoln, Holly Freeman, Pauiette Meyer, 
president; Diane Kaneshiro, Delreen Hafenrichter, treasurer NOT IN 

PANEL: Karen Brown, Darleen Halpern, Janet Moore, Barbara Skully, Suzanne 
Wright 



MU PHI EPSILON 



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Epsilon Xi Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, an inter- 
national professional music sorority, was founded 
at the University of Illinois in 1951. Its goals are 
the acknowledgment of musicianship and scholar- 
ship and also the promotion of friendship within 
its sisterhood. Members are required to be music 
majors or minors with a 3.8 average and at least 
a "B" in their applied music subjects. 

Mu Phi schedules at least six musical programs 
during the year, including weekly performances on 
WILL. The group also sponsors an annual Christ- 
mas Cookie Sale and Mom's Day Luncheon. Pro- 
ceeds from this year's pledge project were used 
to send some underprivileged chi'd to camp. 



Alpha Xi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fra- 
ternity is one of 215 chapters throughout the na- 
tion. It is a professional fraternity dedicated to 
the advancement of music in America; more spe- 
cifically, they are dedicated to the advancement of 
American music. Membership is open to any male 
undergraduate who expresses an active interest in 
music and meets certain scholastic standards. 

Members were active in most university musical 
organizations. In conjunction with their two sister 
sororities, the fraternity provided ushers for musi- 
cal events occurring in Smith Music Hall. The group 
also hosted the Province Workshop held during 
the month of November. 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Peters, treasurer; Basil Tyler, Richard Russo, James 
Sirois, Joseph Pereira, David Maxwell, John Schoenberger, Richard Jorgen- 
sen, pledge master SECOND ROW: William Gerber, Robert Martin, Terry 
Scranton, John Dugle, Alan Willy, warden; James Javore, Joseph Scafe, 



James Phillips, secretary; Ronald Armstrong, historian; Terry Slocum, alumni 
secretary BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Olszewski, Vinson Johnson, vice presi- 
dent; Haskell Sexton, advisor; Jerry Loyet, president; Edward Marzuki, 
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TOP ROW: Janet Outis, Diane Bedal, Mary Henderson, Joyce Printz, Carol 
Hoogeveen, Jean Johnson, Mary Shirley BOTTOM ROW: Sally Smith, Karen 
Hinshav*/, president; Gloria Foster, Jill Shires, Janet Cook, Nancy Bolick, 
recording secretory; Beth Miller, corresponding secretary NOT IN PANEL: 



Susan Brownfleld, Anita Bullard, Barbara Burbridge, Bette Carroll, Nancy 
Fizzell, Judy Greenwell, Floronne Griffin, Pamela Horsley, Judith Kissell, 
Margaret Rode, vice president; Mary Roller, Jean LaRosa 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 



OMEGA BETA PI 



Sigma Alpha lota, an international, professional 
sorority for women in the field of music, is or- 
ganized to help develop and raise the standards of 
music in America and to help members to uphold 
the highest standards of musical education. The 
Sigma Delta chapter here at the University partici- 
pates in various music school events along with 
ushering at concerts and performing on WILL radio. 

The group's three main activities were a Dad's 
Day Brunch, a February concert given by the mem- 
bers, and the Mom's Day Brunch. Sigma Delta has 
held teas for the artists who are honorary members 
visiting our campus through Star Course. The fra- 
ternity also gave various music scholarships. 



Omega Beta Pi, a national pre-medical honorary 
fraternity, was organized to promote interest in the 
study of medicine and to emphasize the importance 
of good work in college. 

Membership is open to any students planning 
careers in medicine with a University grade average 
of 4.0 or above. The by-monthly meetings featured 
films and guest speakers covering current topics of 
medical interest. Awards were presented to super- 
ior freshman, sophomore and senior members in- 
cluding a trophy, the Patton scholarship, and an 
award of fifty dollars respectively. 

Highlighting the year was a debate on Medicare 
between Senator A. Rubicoff and Dr. E. Annis. 



TOP ROW: Robert Groble, James Elbaor, Steven Valfer, Michael Anderson, 
James Jedd, Carlyn Maiek, Mark Lunde, Nathan Harrison, David Roe, Arthur 
Klein, Harris Greenvi/ald, Eric Sheinin SECOND ROW: Clark Moore, Victoria 



Nichols, John Granrude, president; William Greenfield, Judith Hothan, Keith 
Anderson, Lanny Turner BOTTOM ROW: Alan Schub, Victor Atutis, 

Michael Halpern, Irwin Kash, unidentified, Patrick Heitzman, unidentified 






TOP ROW: Roland Wright, RobKrt Trost, William Gold, Robert Dragoo, Don- 
ald Meyer, Chris Jensen SECOND ROW: Gilbert Goodgion, Second Lieu- 
tenant; James Mukoyama, Captain; Carol Kristen, sponsor; Major Russell 



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Suther, advisor; Curtis Myers, First Lieutenant; Peter Caplov«, firsl Sergeant 
BOTTOM ROW: Nolan Lipski, Richard Solczyk, Norman Dobbs, Roy Slow- 
inski, James Scott, Thomas Meade 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



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Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1905 
as a national military society, Scabbard and Blade 
chooses its members from among the outstanding 
advanced course cadets. The coed sponsor chosen 
to represent the company at formal events was 
Carol Kristen, a freshman in agriculture and mem- 
ber of Kappa Kappa Gamma. The annual military 
Ball and the Invitational Drill Meet were included 
in the group's social functions for the year. 

The local chapter, designated F Company First 
Regiment, is the oldest military organization on 
campus. Its rifle team met regularly at a local fir- 
ing range, and a saber team was maintained to pro- 
vide demonstrations at various campus events. 



Founded at the University in 1925, Phalanx Fra- 
ternity soon spread to other campuses. The name 
Phalanx was taken from a formation of fighting 
men used by Alexander the Great in conquering the 
then known world. Today, as in the past. Phalanx 
plays a role as a brotherhood of potential fighting 
men who symbolize the American ideal. 

To fulfill their purposes, which are to promote 
the interest of military training and aid in the pre- 
paredness of the country, the national honorary fra- 
ternity invited speakers to talk on pertinent mil 
tary topics. Members also help decorate for Mil 
tary Ball and plan a banquet before the dance. F 
nally they present medals to outstanding cadets. 



TOP ROW: Roger Collins, Seymour Kanofsky, Charles Hopson, William 

Wallace, Stephen Samet, William Block, David Botterman, James Hacker, 

George Zervos THIRD ROW: Wyett Colclasure, Gary Chessman, Michael 

Kuhn, Lloyd Prevett, Richard Heidenreich, John Vowell, David Vogen, 

Michael Gehring, Richard Way, Bruce Johnson SECOND ROW: Robert 



Ward, William Larson, adjutant; Earl Marks, commander; Mary Ann Jepsen, 
sponsor; Charles Rowley, lieutenant commander; Lawrence Moreau, finance 
officer; Captain T. A. Shiell, advisor BOTTOM ROW: James Hamilton, 
Donald Miller, Peter Morelli, Robert Tortorelli, Richard Wilson, Charles 
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TOP ROW: Elliot Linne, LaVerne Debatin, Ronald Brady, Justin O'Conner, 
David Garner, Donald Fredrickson, David Nixon, James Heyndrickx, Lawrence 
Zauberis, Richard Dodge, Roger Miller, Preston Cotharn THIRD ROW: 
Philip Geishert, John Randell, James Bridge, Charles Caro, William Schott, 
Raymond Taylor, Gareth Holtze, Stephen Rapp, John Shields, Larry Peter- 
son, Robert Pilotte, Robert Kirby, Larry Runkle, Loren Barnes, Daniel Brow/n, 
David Brown, Paul Cofoid, Thomas Tullock, Robert Alvey, unidentified. 



Richard Schmidt, Richard Solczyk SECOND ROW: David Mcllvoy, John 
ChristofFersen, Captain James Seaver, Marilyn Paddick, sponsor; Captain 
James Reichel, Anita Kull, David Daughters, commander; Robert Dragoo, 
executive officer; Edward Florreich, finance officer; Peter Kulzer BOTTOM 
ROW: Leslie Hulse, Frederic Berns, Peter Marsh, Leroy Ketchmark, Thomas 
Moudy, Kenneth Salberg, Morris Oldham, Alfred Davidson, Gale Coil, 
George Coil, John McClelland 



PERSHING RIFLES 

The National Society of Pershing Rifles is an 
honorary fraternity for military students in any of 
the three services' R.O.T.C. programs. Basic cadets 
— freshmen and sophomores — join by pledging. 
Ideals of the society include high military profi- 
ciency, good citizenship, and co-operation among 
student officers of all services. 

Color guards for all home football and basketball 
games, commencement, and other University ac- 
tivities were provided by local Company C3. They 
support three drill teams: a graduation marching 
unit, an exhibition unit, and the popular comedy 
team. Activities varied from the annual Illinois 
Drill Meet to the Military Initiation Ball. 



TRIDENT 

The chief aim of Trident Naval Honor Society, 
the vocational and social fraternity for the future 
officers of NROTC at Illinois, is to acquaint the 
future officer with the various facets of military 
protocol and vocation. Membership in this fraternity 
is restricted to juniors and seniors, first and second 
class midshipmen, who show high military aptitude 
and a sincere desire to support the high standards 
of the group. 

Monthly meetings featured both Naval and civil- 
ian speakers. The men were also active socially, hav- 
ing exchanges with military sororities and female 
drill teams, hayrides, the Spring Formal and the an- 
nual Trident Ball. 



TOP ROW: Ronald Wilson, William Kostar, Roger Adieman, Barton Cole, 
John Zick, Bryan Wysong, Richard Wilson, Roger Hage, Sidney Jones, Archie 
Clemins, Alan Miller, Robert Bowman, Steven Broquist, John Schmidt, 



William Ulrich 
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BOTTOM ROW: David Porter, Larry Tabaka, president; Lt. 
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MEN'S INTRAMURAL MANAGERS— TOP ROW: John Rutledge, Lee Jacobs, 
Robert Nelson, John Paulsgrove SECOND ROW: Paul Smith, Robert Broom, 
Glenn Lipp, Ronald Andris BOTTOM ROW: Roger Allaman, John Querfeld, 



Gordon Palm, Ivan Johnson, Ronald McClelland 
Stewart, JefFrey Carr, Brian Grach 



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DIVISION OF INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES 



By strengthening its internal managerial system 
this year, a big step toward meeting the goal of 
providing leisure pursuits through physical recrea- 
tion for all interested women students has been 
taken in the women's intramural program. Former- 
ly the Co-Recreational Policy Committee composed 
of the sports managers conducted all activities un- 
der the program. Now, however, the group's re- 
sponsibilities are more clearly defined. 

The Senior Student Co-ordinator, Junior Activi- 
ties Organizers and Sophomore Activity Assistants 
are selected on the basis of petitions and experi- 
ence. These women maintain regular office hours 
and manage the individual competitive sports. The 
managers gain experience in planning, supervision 



and actual administration of the intramural pro- 
gram. They are responsible for publicity, conduct 
and evaluation of all women's activities. 

The men's intramural managers of the Division 
of Intramural Activities are chosen each year to 
provide student leadership in the program of organ- 
ized competitive sports for men. The managers, 
along with housing group representatives, set the 
rules and policies for the operation of the men's 
program, and the managers are directly responsible 
for its successful conduct. The managerial staff 
is composed of three seniors and six juniors who 
are advanced from within the manager program and 
ten to sixteen sophomores chosen by the senior 
managers through interviews. 



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TOP ROW: Terri Wainess, Lorna Shepard, Ann Hilbert, Carol Larson, Donna 
Reilly, Jacqueline Brodsky, Ann Schack, Mary Burke, Marsha Mugg, Carole 
Burger, Barbara Bowen, Jeanne Lillard, Elizabeth Sleeter, Lois Wright 
THIRD ROW: Peggy Hettinger, Sally Johannes, Gail Frum, Marilee Russell, 
Mary Shirley, Sarah Smith, Sandra Beck, Bonnie Bowen, Deanne Peckler, 
Mary Jupp, Rose Siegel SECOND ROW: Gladys Hruby, Patricia Faust, Ann 



Karlen, Carroll Imie, Patricia MacNamara, advisor; Jacquelyn Warner, Sally 
Eastland, Judith Hinrichs, Pamela Evans BOTTOM ROW: Katherine Becker, 
Margaret Strahorn, Lynne Williams, Judith Peiser, Rochelle Jacobs. Susan 
Fockler, Barbara Susin NOT IN PANEL: Linda Dolenak, Judith Larson, 
Margo Miller, Susan Prawl, Nancy Schierhorn, Eleanore Schreiner, Kathryn 
Secter, Kaye Shipton, Joyce Witt, Barbara Wade, Kathy Miller 



SHI-AI 



Ann Karlen, treasurer; Carroll Imie, secretary; Sally Eastland, vice presi- 
dent; JacciuelyrT Warner, president 



Fifty freshmen sorority women are recognized by 
Shi-Ai, the sophomore women's activity honorary, 
on the basis of outstanding participation in house 
and campus activities. Two members are chosen by 
each sorority chapter in the spring of their first year 
and serve as pledges during their sophomore year. 
Throughout the year, the girls attend bi-monthly 
dinner meetings, participate in skits and fund-rais- 
ing service projects, and plan programs with special 
speakers. 

Shi-Ai has an expanded purpose and program and 
a new advisor. Miss Patricia MacNamara. As well 
as furthering an interest in activities and other peo- 
ple, the girls are studying the possibilities of merg- 
ing with Alpha Chron and affiliating with The Na- 
tional Spurs, a sophomore women's activity, scholar- 
ship and service honorary which has forty-three na- 
tional chapters in fifteen states. 

The new Shi-Ai group gave a Valentine's party 
for underprivileged children in the Champaign- 
Urbana area in February, held an exchange with 
Skull and Crescent, the sophomore fraternity men's 
activity honorary, and planned a competitive en- 
tertainment, Shi-Ai Sing. 




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TOP ROW: Vicky Mulberry, publicity chairman; Margaret Eschbach, treas- 
urer; Karen Deutsch, secretary; Jennifer Merlin, tutoring chairman; Karen 
Melby, tutoring chairman BOTTOM ROW: Jane Young, vice president; 
Miss Linda Hester, advisor; Carolyn House, president 



The national scholastic honorary for freshmen 
women, Alpha Lambda Delta was founded at Illi- 
nois in 1924. Since that time Alpha chapter has 
always been a pace-setter in promoting high stand- 
ards of learning for all women. Membership re- 
quires a 4.5 average for the first semester or a com- 
bined average of 4.5 for the freshman year. 

Alpha Lam offers a program of scholastic assist- 
ance given free of charge to all freshmen women 
having difficulties with their studies. Each year 
the members entertain freshman girls who have at 
least a midterm average of 4.0 at a Christmas Tea. 
In the spring the Alpha Lams honored past members 
who had maintained a 4.5 average throughout their 
seven semesters at a Senior Tea. They also spon- 
sored a joint booth at Activity Day with Phi Eta 
Sigma, freshman men's scholastic honorary. 

In addition to regular members, Alpha Lam initi- 
ated the following honorary members this year: 
Miss Linda Hester, the Assistant Dean of Women 
who served as advisor to the group, and Mrs. Wil- 
liam P. Donovan and Mrs. Edward Brandabur, both 
of whom are University instructors who are very 
much concerned with fostering a general interest in 
the importance of continued education for women. 



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TOP ROW: Carol Houlihan, Mariam Cramer, Judith Stewart, Carol Mekkel- 
son, Ruth Malen, Patricia McManamon, Linda Foley, Susan Williams, Nancy 
Johnson, Rebecca Palmer, Kathleen Brooks, Anne Roger, Karen Kanady, 
JoAnn Gerdes, Mary Beth Heeren, Lynn Chmelir THIRD ROW: Margaret 
Slack, Jean Macdonald, Rosemary Young, Susan Wittig, Mary Webb, Jill 
Shires, Lynne Williams, Ann Holmin, Virginia Peck, Lynn Walter, Jill Haas, 
Mary Larrimore, Mary MacDonald, Carol Kennedy, Pamela Evans, Beverly 



Smith, Charlotte Williams, Margo Hinton SECOND ROW: Kathleen Mego, 
Katherine Runge, Dona Harris, Sue Prince, Charlene Koski, Donna Morros, 
Karen Davis, Mary Shafer, Dorothea Rich, Marsha Mugg, Lois Wright, Ann 
Trampe, Ellen Ender, JoAnn Swanson BOTTOM ROW: Lourdes Marin- 
Ricaud, Jeanne Lillard, Karen Brown, Lynn Lindholm, Miriam Simon, Margo 
Miller, Mary Gray, Carole Green, Sandra Berger 




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TOP ROW: Alan Morr, Stephen Kennel, William Brookhart, Larry Howell, 
David Petritz, Steven DeLue, John Rutledge, James Elbaor, Glenn Johnson, 
John Helfinstine THIRD ROW: James Crouch, Richard Anderson, Roger 
Warnke, Alten Grandt, Richard Conlin, Carl Knox, advisor; Gary Swinger, 
Harold Jenkins, Jon Lindslrom, Stewart Fordham, Duane Coordes SECOND 
ROW: Howard Cox, Yu Ho, William Russell, Robert Randolph, John Fenley, 
Richard McAAullen, Richard Anderson, Robert Hauser, Richard Clarke 
BOTTOM ROW: William Norby, Kenneth Nimrick, John Peterson, Michael 
Anderson, David Junchen, Robert Pritchard NOT IN PANEL: Milford 

Ardell, Lee Bauer, Howard Berman, Dean Bernett, William Bradshaw, Barry 
Brown, Michael Cahan, Lawrence Case, Gary Carr, Robert Carr, Walter 
Chang, Stephen Cobourne, Randy Cooper, Stephen Crippen, Lynn Dale, 
Andrew D'Amore, John Davis, James Dawson, Thomas Dunn, Russell Egge- 
brecht, Charles Eisenbies, Joel Fitzjarrald, Joseph Flaig, James Froehlich, 
Daniel Furrh, Terry Gottlieb, Edward Gray, Donald Greeley, Lewis Green- 



stein, Harris Greenwald, Steven GriFFin, Charles Gustafson, Frank Hackmann, 
Thomas Hancock, Donald Harford, Terry Hatch, Robert Hickman, Thomas 
Hintz, Donald Hlousek, Joseph Hopkins, David Howrey, Robert Iversen, 
David Jordan, James Joyce, Ronald Kent, Khosrow Kassaian, Stephen Kirby, 
Michael Knowles, Henry Lehmann, Thomas Ladd, Ellsworth Ludwig, Bruce 
Lund, Bruce Lurie, Thomas Marron, Anthony Martin-Trigona, Patrick Me- 
Loughlin, Herbert Meinheit, Ruperto Mendiones, Bruce Meyer, William 
Micheletti, Steven Miller, William Minch, Jack Morgan, Wayne Niemann, 
James Ogorek, Victor Pestien, Keith Phelps, William Plater, Max Prola, John 
Quirk, Richard Rafoth, Stephen Rinkenberger, Richard Russell, James Schep- 
pach, Fred Scher, Gregory Schmidt, Larry Schwalbe, Geroge Schwarz, Gerald 
Smith, John Smith, Joel Stsllwagen Paul Stevens, John Stewart, Stuart 
Simon, Robert Tinkham, David Toth, Richard Townsend, Marvin Traylor, John 
Truskowski, Charles Voss, James Watterson, Robert Weinstein, David West, 
Carl Withee, Fredric Wurtzel, Richard Yackel, Richard Yagol 



In 1923 Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois to encourage and reward high 
scholastic attainment by freshmen men. More than 
75,000 men have been initiated since then, and 
now over 125 chapters represent nearly every state 
in the Union. Those freshmen men who carry a 
normal academic load and achieve a 4.5 average 
in their first semester or those who compile an 
average of 4.5 for their first year are eligible. 

The big project of this year's chapter was the 
hosting of the biennial national convention. This 
gathering brought together outstanding college men 
from all over the country. 

The members provide several services during the 
year. They usher at the Honors Day and New Years 
Convocations. In co-operation with Alpha Lambda 
Delta, the honorary sponsors a booth at Activity 
Day to inform students of its activities. 



THIS PAST YEAR Ihe local chapter hosted the 
biennial national convention 



PHI ETA SIGMA 




Milford Ardell, secretary-treasurer; Harris Greenwald, historian; 
Warnke, president; Richard Anderson, vice president 



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TOP ROW: James Corcoran, Richard Barton, Manfred Jung, William Svoboda, 
Dennis Sarsany, William Gerrish, Ralph Voris, sergeant-at-arms SECOND 
ROW: Richard Anderson, James Dawson, Terri Potter, Alan Waters, Duff 
Schweniriger, John Barker, James Scheppach, Gerald Renken, secretary 



BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Case, Peter Bates, Robert Bachman, vice president; 
Robert Andersen, president; Joel Nilsson, treasurer; Peter Thoma, David 
West 



SKULL AND CRESCENT 



STAR AND SCROLL 



Skull and Crescent is the honorary fraternity 
made up of sophomore men who are chosen annually 
to represent the twenty-five oldest social fraterni- 
ties on campus. Members are selected on the basis 
of scholarship, leadership, and activities. 

The organization carries out three major projects 
each year. Last year's schedule included a pajama 
race, the Sweetheart of Skull and Crescent Ball held 
last Spring, and a trip to another campus for a bas- 
ketball game. In addition to major events, regular 
meetings are held throughout the year to provide 
co-ordination and to promote co-operation among 
the fifty members. Initiation of new members is 
held in the Spring. 



Star and Scroll is an honorary fraternity for out- 
standing sophomore fraternity men. Each of the 
eighteen member houses selects two sophomores 
for membership on the basis of activities and schol- 
arship. The organization's goals are to encourage 
freshmen to excel in scholarship and activities, to 
promote fellowship, and to better interfraternity re- 
lations. To accomplish their aims, members hold 
monthly dinner meetings, and each year they offer 
pledge scholarship awards. 

In March, the honorary sponsored their annual 
dance, the Garnet Ball. Star and Scroll also gave 
a Valentine's Day party for needy children in co- 
operation with Shi-Ai. 



TOP ROW: Robert Navratil, Jon Swanson, Thomas Montgomery, Lawrence 
Darken, Clayton Anderson, Robert Bauer SECOND ROW; Warren Fink, 
David Bechtel, vice president; Walter Hultsch, president; Robert Badal, sec- 
retary; Robert Banko BOTTOM ROW: Robert Belinoff, Richard OrlofF, 



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Timothy Sharpe, Robert Geer NOT IN PANEL: Eldon Senner, Joseph Hayek 
treasurer; Donald Krehl, Steven GriflFin, William Geary, William Russell, Ro- 
bert Strohm, Robert Tinkham, Patrick Lavaid, Michael Moss, James McHugh, 
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TOP ROW: James Johnson, Richard Hurelbrink, Stephen Webel, Albert Till- 
man, advisor; Howard Blumenthal, Howard Owens, Richard Weiss SECOND 
ROW: Jerry Leonard, historian; Kenneth McMillan, vice president; Charles 



Freed, president; Larry Beaty, secretary; Harold Kleiss, treasurer 
ROW: John Doll, Alan Blott, David Grieve 



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TOMAHAWK 



TORCH 



Tomahawk is a national service fraternity for 
sophomore independent men who have been out- 
standing in activities and leadership. Members 
strive to promote among independent students the 
interest to take an active part in student affairs. 
They attempt to guide freshmen in decisions re- 
garding choice of activities and to improve the 
relations among residence hall groups. This year 
Tomahawk also helped with the Science Fair, Wat- 
seka Sing, and Dads' Day Revue. 

An I Mini delegation attended the 1964 National 
Tomahawk Convention at Cedar Falls, Iowa. One 
of the local members, Allen Blott, was elected to 
the office of national treasurer. 



Torch, the junior women's activities honorary, 
gives recognition to juniors for outstanding work 
in activities as freshmen and sophomores. Member- 
ship requirements are outstanding recommenda- 
tions from activity groups, good character refer- 
ences, and a 3.5 all-University average. 

The honorary's projects fulfill Torch's motto of 
scholarship, service, and friendship. Members heard 
a talk by Dr. Berry on the new disciplinary rules 
for the University. In January, they had a Back- 
wards Dinner which had dessert served first. The 
girls made use of their hobbies to make gifts for 
needy children. They also ushered at the New 
Year's Convocation and Honor's Day Convocation. 



TOP ROW: Jerilyn Hoffman, Janice Bear, Judith Stefanovic, Elizabeth Long, 
Marthanne Nelson, Lynne McNown, Susan Briles, Alice Cortright, Karen 
Fogler, Mary Fisher THIRD ROW: Janet Wood, Carroll Ann Imie, Alice 
Rasmussen, Joan Southon, Mary Luckett, Susan Harrison, Carol Meiller, Mary 
Kelly, Erika Busek, Carolyn Kinder SECOND ROW: Tamara Dazey, Joan 



Scott, Betty Cocking, Cheryl Smith, president; Judith Kreutz, secretary; 
Nancy Risser, treasurer; Marilyn Dvorak, Jacquelyn Warner BOTTOM 

ROW: Marlene Brill, Barbara Gibian, Connie Richards, Mary Henderson, 
Mary Scott, Carolyn Burkybile, Beverly Leffler 




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TOP ROW: Flo Fuller, Jill Shires, Bonita Grisko, Sherrill Riggins, Nancy 
Wilbrandt, Barbara Harris, Margaret Eschbach, Sandra Shotwell SECOND 
ROW: Susan Maxson, Linda Bobert, secretary; Cheryl Smith, student ad- 
visor; Florence Loiben, president; Frances Fields, treasurer; Sara Baker, vice 



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Barbara Trisler, Marilyn Liggett, Linda Eisner NOT IN PANEL: Nancy 
Burnett, Joan Clendenin, Diana Dupin, Ellen Horwitz, Elayne Halpern, Karen 
McDowell, Marilyn Paddick, Shirley Panish 



ALPHA CHRON 

Alpha Chron, "First Time Honored" — a meaning- 
ful name for the group it represents. Alpha Chron 
is the independent sophomore women's honor so- 
ciety for those women who, in their freshman year, 
have displayed outstanding leadership qualities 
while maintaining a good scholastic record. Each 
spring thirty-five qualified girls are selected. 

The group's main project is Watcheka Sing held 
during Mother's Day Weekend in May. Proceeds are 
used to sponsor Women's Independent Student As- 
sociation scholarships. In addition, many smaller 
service projects are held throughout the year. A 
merger has been proposed, but not yet acted upon, 
with Shi-Ai, sophomore Panhellenic honorary. 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA 

Beta Gamma Sigma, a commerce honorary, is one 
of seventy-three chapters in colleges and univer- 
sities throughout the United States. Members must 
be in the upper 3 per cent of their junior class or 
upper 10 per cent of their senior class. Strictly an 
honorary organization, the main activity of the 
group is the election of new officers. 

The national purpose of the honorary is to fos- 
ter high academic standards among students in com- 
merce and business administration. They recognize 
the accomplishments of students in these fields of 
study who have achieved high scholastic standing. 
Beta Gamma Sigma was founded on the campus of 
the University of Illinois in 1913. 



TOP ROW: William Temple, Gary Peterson, Su Yachnin, Jan Sagett, Melvin 
Stark, Norman Block, Charles Bunis, John Dickie, Jack Wollman, Dan Voich, 
David Mini, Ronald VonReisen SECOND ROW: Arthur Kahn, Larry Blust, 
Nancy Kace.ia, Kila Bell, Joseph Litterer, secretary-treasurer; Donald Scot- 



ton, president; Bert Riggins, John Crone, George Schwarz BOTTOM ROW: 
Robert Rennick, Marshall Grobstein, Paul Pearson, Eugene Laughlin, William 
Stanford, Loren Schroll, Robert Meyer, Ronald Kiddoo 




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TOP ROW: Richard Carlson, John Litherland, secretary; Wayne Peterson, 
Marshall Danker, Douglas Bauling SECOND ROW: Leiand Wolken, Lester 
Thompson, Larry Sprinkle, Lyie Stephens, president; George Puzey, treasurer; 



Beverly Butler BOTTOM ROW: John Lloyd, Roger Curry, Dennis Lebeda, 
Larry Kaufman, vice president; Herman Wibben 



ALPHA EPSILON 



ALPHA ZETA 



In 1959 the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Epsilon was 
founded at the University of Missouri. Illinois' Delta 
Chapter was organized in 1960. Last summer the 
national convention adopted the constitution drawn 
up by the Illinois chapter. 

The purpose of the organization is to recognize 
and honor those agricultural engineering students 
who have distinguished themselves and their pro- 
fession by academic and professional achievement 
and to combine the fundamentals of engineering 
and agriculture. Selected on the basis of leadership, 
scholarship, and character, members are juniors, 
seniors, and graduate students in the curriculum. 
The society also initiates a few honorary members. 



Alpha Zeta is a professional agriculture honorary 
fraternity seeking to promote the profession of ag- 
riculture. The group fosters high standards of schol- 
arship, character, leadership, and a spirit of fellow- 
ship among the members. The chapter annually 
honors the outstanding instructor in the College of 
Agriculture and the freshman within the college 
attaining the highest scholastic average. Alpha Zeta 
sponsored an Agriculture Campus speech contest 
this year to promote leadership. 

Illinois Morrow Chapter of Alpha Zeta is one of 
fifty-two chapters in the nation. Sophomores with 
a 4.0 all-University average and juniors having a 
3.8 are eligible for membership in Alpha Zeta. 



TOP ROW: Marshall Danker, Wayne Peterson, David Jacobsgaard, Gary 
Alex, Elon Verry, Ronald McClelland, Allen Hornbrook, Darold Sage, David 
Cox, Frederick Clusky SECOND ROW: Dr. Robert KaufFman, advisor; George 
Ojanuga, Winston Lo, Jerry Doll, Dennis Hackett, Norbert Soltwedel, Larry 



Barbre, Douglas Garwood, Larry Kaufman, John Huston BOTTOM ROW: 
Gary Mitchell, treasurer; Clarence Rawlings, scribe; Donald Munson, chancel- 
lor; VyrI Laible, censor; Edward Mies, Ronald Warfield 



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TOP ROW: Abraham Mazliach, Richard Mueller, Paul Alonas, Anders Skoar, 
Melvin Ehrhardt, Raymond Knell, James Edmonds SECOND ROW: Patty 
Grant, Ann Karlen, Carol Mitacek, Marjorie Harris, Sharon Fogelquist, Judy 



Edgar, Jean Kero, Helen Bowen BOTTOM ROW: Deborah Sethness, Toni 
Allison, Lisa Brems, Jaclyn Kleinofen, Ann Stallman, Joan Richter, Vicki 
Richardson 



TERRAPIN CLUB 



Ann Karlen, treasurer; Ann Stallman, secretary; Vicki Richardson, vice presi- 
dent; Carol Mitacek, president 




Terrapin Club is designed to help those inter- 
ested in the aquatic arts to advance to a higher level 
of understanding and of skill in that area. The 
group meets for two hours on one night a week. 
Membership is open to all interested swimmers who 
meet the tryout requirements. Tryouts last year 
were preceded by a demonstration-practice period 
in which interested students had the opportunity 
to speak with members, see a demonstration of the 
stunts and strokes necessary and practice with the 
help of Terrapin swimmers. For those who do not 
pass the requirements but still have a high degree 
of skill, there is Dorado, the "apprentice" club. 

Terrapin's main event is the annual synchronized 
swimming show. Other activities include the syn- 
chronized swimming workshops put on by various 
colleges throughout the state. At these workshops 
members get a chance to share ideas and swimming 
numbers with other swim clubs and to meet people 
who are well-known in the field of aquatic arts. 
Another activity is the synchronized swimming meet 
in which aquatic numbers are presented and judged. 
Terrapin members have a chance to create numbers 
and present them in a meet of this type. 



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William Leach, secretary; DavicJ Becker, vice president; George Redmon, 
president; Craig Bell, treasurer; Lynn Stewart, sergeant-at-arms 



ILLINOIS' SPORTSMANSHIP CODE is located on 
the east wall of Memorial Stadium. 



TRIBE OF ILLINI 



TOP ROW: Thomas Bauer, Melvin Blanheim, Thomas Koenig, Wylie Fox, 
Edward Greenwald, Michael Gallo, unidentified, Talbot Brody, Fritz Goretzke, 
Frank Polz FOURTH ROW: George Redmon, David Powless, George Don- 
nelly, John Tocks, David Russell, Richard Callaghan, Robert Brown, Larry 
Hinton, Craig Bell, William Silhan, Kenneth Jacobson THIRD ROW: Jerry 
Parola, John Parola, David Becker, unidentified, Warren Nev^ell, David Muel- 



ler, Lynn Stewart, John Capel, Charles Kohr, William Leach, Ronald Maurer 
SECOND ROW: Bruce Newell, Joe Domko, Rudolfo Barthanagy, Gilwyn 
Williams, Jan Bridges, Roger Garret, Donald Ballou, Clayton Seattle, John 
Holbrook, David Crouse BOTTOM ROW: unidentified, unidentified. Rick 
Lolly, Edward Weintraub, Alan Greenberg, Victor Sanchezhuertas, Wayne 
Wagner, Dan Jeffries, Frederick Aprati 





TOP ROW: Robert Wrobel, Craig Miller, Eugene Neigoff, William Jandeska, 
Charles Smiley, Mathias Schramer, Richard Sanders, Frederick Hanson, Wil- 
liam Celio, Harley Parker SECOND ROW: Richard Kenyon, Kenneth Panza, 
Michael Muzos, Harry Kohler, Thomas Crawford, John Mockaitis, Donald 



Leverenz, Bertram Gardner BOTTOM ROW: Warren Evins, George Ent- 
whistle. Jack Ellet, Robert Kindness, Warren Mueller, James Brandner, 
Thomas Abernathy 






ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



TOP ROW: Michael Muzos, recording secretary; Kenneth Panza, alumni sec- 
retary; John Mockaitis, corresponding secretary; Donald Leverenz, historian 
BOTTOM ROW: Bertram Gardner, treasurer; Harry Kohler, president; Thomas 
Crawford, second vice president 




An international organization, Alpha Phi Omega 
now has chapters all over the United States and in 
the Philippines. Alpha Alpha Chapter was estab- 
lished at the University of Illinois better than thirty 
years ago, and they presently have approximately 
thirty active members. After a semester of pledging 
each prospective brother is initiated. 

Alpha Phi Omega is a service fraternity open to 
anyone genuinely interested in being of service to 
others. The members state as their purpose to as- 
semble college men in the fellowship of the Scout 
Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote 
service to humanity. Service is rendered in personal, 
campus, community and national areas. 

Business meetings of the group are held every 
two weeks to discuss coming events. In order to 
give students a fair exchange for their textbooks, 
the members conducted a book exchange. They 
sponsored their annual Ugly Man on Campus Con- 
test in order to raise money for their student loan 
fund. As a service to the local scout council, the 
members ran a learn-to-swim program where they 
served as instructors. In addition, the members 
ushered for various campus events. 



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Engineering Council, the student governing body 
of the College of Engineering, serves to co-ordinate 
engineering student activities. Each of the student 
chapters of engineering professional societies on 
campus, including honoraries, elects two representa- 
tives to the council. This body strives to improve 
the engineering societies, to increase the rapport 
between students and faculty, to co-ordinate engi- 
neering activities with other campus activities, and 
to aid combined programs such as Engineering Open 
House and St. Pat's Ball. 

This council sponsors intersociety intramural 
tournaments and student-faculty coffee hours. It 
also offers suggestions for improving the College of 
Engineering. Through the council's members and 
suggestion boxes, any engineering student can have 
his ideas heard and brought up for discussion. 

On matters of educational policy, the council 
represents the four thousand engineering students. 
This year, for the first time, students selected by 
the Engineering Council were seated on college 
faculty committees. Students are represented on 
no other college-level faculty committee in the 
University of Illinois. 




Peter Bloome, vice president; Robert Schottman, corresponding secretary; 
Robert Podlasek, second semester president; Stuart Umpleby, first semester 
president 



ENGINEERING COUNCIL 



TOP ROW: Professor James Leach, Richard Langrehr, Robert Hobson, Terrell 
Harris, Donald Jeanblanc, Joseph Tomaino, Byron Baxter, Richard SokolofT, 
Robert Carlson, Lyie Marlowe, Michael Allard, Professor Bernt Larson 
SECOND ROW: Phillip Ross, Bruce Vodicka, Charles Allen, Robert Schottman, 



Stuart Umpleby, Jack Ellios, Paul Trester, John Crisel, Carolyn Lester 
BOTTOM ROW: Shelby Lawder, Alan Morr, Lyie Stephens, George Kroupa, 
Donald Summers, James Watters, Richard Scheuber, Eugene Schlapper 




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TOP ROW: Susan Merlander, Doris Walton, Sheila McFalls, Margaret Speyer, 
Claudia Austin BOTTOM ROW: Dean Richard Hinely, advisor; Ruth Linsky, 
secretary; Joseph Nadeau, president; James HefFernan, vice president NOT 



IN PANEL: James Bloyer, Kathleen Galw/ay, John Granrude, Walter Kurc- 
zewski, Susan Roth 



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LAS COUNCIL 



COMMERCE COUNCIL 



The members of the LAS Council are selected by 
petition and interveiw. Any student in the College 
of Liberal Arts and Sciences who has attained a 3.0 
all-University average is eligible for membership on 
the college council. 

Bi-weekly meetings attended by the members 
and Dean Hinley, the advisor to the organization, 
are designed to inform the members about any new 
developments concerning policies and procedures of 
the college. This past year the members initiated a 
survey of departmental policies concerning profi- 
ciency examinations and New Student Week. 



Four representatives from each class and a mem- 
ber from each commerce organization and honorary 
are selected to sit on Commerce Council, the co- 
ordinating body of all commerce clubs. Students 
who petition for membership must have maintained 
a 3.3 all-University average. 

Projects for the year included the annual student- 
faculty coffee hour and the Awards Banquet. At 
this spring banquet, awards were given to the top 
ten commerce seniors. In addition, a service award 
was presented to the commerce club contributing 
the most to the college. 



TOP ROW: Francis Weeks, advisor; Sandra Shipp, Maxvi/ell Drever, Fred 
Schonlau, Irwin Shechtman, Elaine Goldstein, Prof. B. F. Kirkpatrick, advisor 
SECOND ROW: Frances Fitzpatrick, Joan Bock, Timo:hy Schrader, Glenda 




Wise, Karen Kamins, Carol Burgeson BOTTOM ROW: John Smith, James 
Kadlec, Allan Block, James Stevi^art, Alan Bryon, Wyatt Mankin NOT IN 
PANEL; Nancy Wright 




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TOP ROW: Kenneth McMillan, Edward Mies, James Behrens, Ronald Roberts, 
Robert Strube, Ronald McClelland, Joseph Hampton, Ronald Debafin, Gary 
Mitchell, Charles Higgins SECOND ROW: Kenton Kendall, advisor; Thomas 
Bidner, Robert Schottman, Gary Reynolds, Norbert Soltwedel, John 






Humphreys, Robert Gregory, Carolyn Burkybile, Charles Freed, Jerry Doll, 
Larry Kaufman, Robert Spitze, advisor BOTTOM ROW: Larry Barbre, sec- 
retary; Ronald Warfjeld, vice president; VyrI Laible, president; John Huston, 
treasurer; Jerry Deuel, reporter; James Evans, advisor 



AGRICULTURE COUNCIL 



CIRCLE K 



It is the Agriculture Council that co-ordinates 
students' activities and promotes student-faculty 
relations in the College of Agriculture. Thirteen ag- 
riculture clubs each send two representatives to the 
council. This organization has control over the 
scheduling of meetings and activities that are spon- 
sored by the various clubs. The council also prepares 
a bulletin board announcing meeting dates and ac- 
tivities occurring in the college. 

Besides acting as co-ordinator, the group sponsors 
Plowboy Prom and the annual All-Agriculture Ban- 
quet. The Leadership Forum, initiated by the group, 
is conducted by experts on leadership development 
for club leaders. 



The University of Illinois Circle K Club, spon- 
sored by the Kiwanis Club of Champaign-Urbana, is 
designed for college students who feel a responsi- 
bility toward their college and their community. 
Service is the most important obligation for the 
members of the club. 

The theme of the year is "to build personal un- 
derstanding." The club performed projects such as 
the Big Brother Program for local orphans, tours of 
the University campus, assistance in judging of the 
Illinois State Science Fair, sending Christmas cards 
to orphans living all over the United States, and, in 
general, serving the nation, community and school 
areas where needed. 



TOP ROW: Howard Levitan, John Griffin, Kiwanis committee chairman; Glenn 
Schmid, Gerald Boyer, James Byrnes, Duck Song, Byron Eden BOTTOM 
ROW: Dennis Kajmowicz, district secretary; Dean Edward Stafford, advisor; 



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Lawrence Mclnnes, president; John Gough, treasurer NOT IN PANEL: Joel 
Orelove, William Klein, Troy Doetch, secretary; Howard Firestein, John Wil- 
liamson, Larry Ackerman 



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president; Carl Plicner, president, lllini for Johnson SECOND ROW: 
Laura Strickler, secretary; Patsy Parker, director-at-large; Elizabeth Hess, 
publicity director; Katherine Rourke, YD Newsletter editor BOTTOM ROW: 
John Quirk, president; Douglas Bovi'ie, past president; James Kadlec, 
treasurer 



The University of Illinois Young Democrats is 
an organization dedicated to political action on 
local, state and national levels. Election years are 
always active for college political organizations, 
and YD membership reached nearly a thousand in- 
cluding the affiliated lllini for Johnson. 

Following a membership drive during Registra- 
tion Week, the YD's held the get-acquainted fish 
fry. The group immediately involved itself in the 
campaign activities such as attending rallies for 
Democratic candidates and holding a debate series 
with the Young Republicans. To facilitate commu- 
nication within the organization, the campus was 
divided into precincts each with an appointed cap- 
tain. The YD Newsletter was published weekly all 
during the campaign. On election day the YD's co- 
operated with SNCC in getting out the vote in 
many local precincts, and some members served as 
poll watchers in their precincts. 

The 1964 campaign was very successful for 
Democratic groups. Those students who participat- 
ed through the YD's had an excellent opportunity 
to become involved with political action and to 
learn much about politics and election campaigns. 



YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



THOSE IDENTIFIED: Raymond Belstner, Douglas Bowie, Randall Bow/ie, Henry 
Camargoroncancio, Stephen Downs, Kathleen Galway, Elizabeth Hess, James 
Kadlec, Charles McGuire, John Moore, Shona Newman, Patsy Parker, Robert 



Phares, Carl Plicner, John Quirk, Katherine Rourke, Keenan Sheedy, Laura 
Strickler 




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Deboras Ashbrook, David Armstrong, William Arstow, Harlen Beckley, 
treasurer; Mary Bock, Richard Cocking, Linda Darnall, Rita Fox, John Gran- 
rude, Jill Haas, Charles Hug, John Johnson, Karen Kanady, Ann Karlen, 
Leah Kaufman, Robert Kirby, Alice Larson, John Lemon, vice president; 
John McMillan, Nikki Millar, Pamela Millar, Paul Milling, Joseph Mocadio, 



Kathryn Murphy, Barbara Nance, Dean Nance, president; Jonlee Nelson, 
Everett Nicholas, Maurine Pacenta, Heather Shubart, Roslyn Smith, Susan 
Spaulding, Cynthia Swain, Teddy Walschledger, Donald Willis, Richard 
Wollack, secretary; Thomas Yokley, Phillip Young 



ILLINOIS YOUNG REPUBLICANS 



ARMED FORCES COUNCIL 



The lllini Young Republicans is an organization 
open to all students that attempts to maintain the 
ideals of the two party system, to work toward the 
election of Republican candidates, and to further 
the responsibility of the individuals in the local 
area to elect qualified, representative officials. 

Being a presidential election year, the Y. R.'s 
were particularly concerned with working actively 
and thoughtfully toward their goal. Their work in 
areas of voter education and registration, in the 
checking of registration lists for "ghost voters," and 
in poll watching were among ways that voters re- 
ceived direct benefit from club activities. The club 
also brought candidates to speak on campus. 



The Armed Forces Council was organized to plan 
and co-ordinate all of the joint activities of the 
three ROTC units on campus and to promote better 
understanding among the services. The council is 
composed of the cadet commander and his execu- 
tive officer from each branch of the service. The 
services alternate in directing the council, naming 
their cadet commander as chairman of the group 
and a commissioned officer as the advisor. This past 
year the Air Force was responsible for the leader- 
ship of the Armed Forces Council. 

Annually the council is responsible for three tri- 
service major campus events: Military Honors Day, 
Veterans' Day, and the Military Ball. 



TOP ROW: Bryan Wysong, Navy; Donald Render, Army; Archie Clemins, 
Navy BOTTOM ROW: George Tymitz, co-chairman. Air Force; Capt. 



Norman Merritt, advisor. Air Force; Edward Benson, co-chairman. Air Force 
NOT IN PANEL: Dennis Rayfield, Army; Larry Blust, secretary-treasurer 




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each lllini touchdown last season as AROTC cadets established an lllini 
tradition. Pete's Gun, a 105mm Howitzer provided by the Military Science 



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cheers of the delighted crowd. 




COLONEL HAROL DORSETT, PMS 



ARMY ROTC 

Serving in the United States Army Reserve Offi- 
cers' Training Corps, the cadets at the University 
of Illinois have accepted the challenge of leader- 
ship. Originating at Illinois in 1868, the Army 
ROTC program provides the men with the oppor- 
tunity to volunteer for advanced training toward an 
ultimate appointment as a commissioned officer 
upon graduation. This past year a revision in the 
Military Science Curriculum allowed the men to 
take courses providing credit toward both a bacca- 
laureate degree and a commission. 

The Army ROTC program in colleges and univer- 
sities across the nation was begun to fulfill the 
Army's need for young, trained, and educated offi- 
cers. The program not only qualifies students for 
positions as military officers, but also lays the foun- 
dation for intelligent leadership in civilian life. The 
ROTC program is designed principally to benefit 
each individual cadet . . . 



JOAN LEE WARD, Army Sponsor 



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Brigade Commander and Staff 



. . . They learn the principles used in the training 
of men and the employment of weapons. . . 



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Physical Training 




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. . . Cadets spend six summer weeks at Fort Riley, 
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SPECIAL INTEREST PROGRAMS 

. . . Members participated in extracurricular ac- 
tivities to expand their knowledge of ROTC affairs 
and further develop in themselves a sense of socia- 
bility and responsibility. Musically inclined men had 
the opportunity to be in the Field Music Unit. Those 
cadets who desired to participate in counterguerilla 
training were able to join Counter-Guerillas, a re- 
cently-formed organization at the University. Quali- 
fied men could also participate in the flight train- 
ing program or the drill team. 

After four years, graduation and commissioning 
arrive. His diploma in his hand and the gold bars of 
Second Lieutenant on his shoulder, the cadet's role 
as an Army leader begins . . . 




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MISS THEODOSIA MANN, Naval ROTC Sponsor 




CAPT. JOHN NIELSEN 



NAVAL RESERVE 
OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS 



The Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Unit 
was established at the University on November 1, 
1945. Since that time over four hundred fifty men 
have left its ranks to serve as commissioned officers 
in the U. S. Navy or Marine Corps. 

The NROTC Battalion is made up entirely of vol- 
unteers who are selected from many applicants on 
the basis of academic standing and potential leader- 
ship. During their four years at the University these 
men take twenty-four hours of Navy courses, in- 
cluding Naval History, navigation, leadership, wea- 
pons, and engineering, while earning their degrees 
in their respective fields of interest. 

Each summer regular midshipmen take a cruise. 
Contact students take their cruise upon completion 
of their junior year. Last summer midshipmen from 
I llinois embarked on destroyers, submarines, aircraft 
carriers, and cruisers; they were spread out from 



BATTALION STAFF— TOP ROW: Midn. Lt. David Porter, "A" Company 
Commander; MIdn. Lt. Roger Adelman, "C" Company Commander; Midn. 
Lt, Edward Behounek, "B" Company Commander; Midn. Lt. (jg) Alan Miller, 
Drill Team Executive Officer BOTTOM ROW: Midn. Lt. Bryan Wysong, 



Battalion Executive Officer; Midn. Lt. Cmdr. Archie Clemins, Battalion Com- 
mander; Midn. Lt. Robert Bowman, Battalion Adjutant; Midn. Lt. (jg) Barton 
Cole, Battalion Adjutant; Midn. Lt. (jg) Earl Marks, Battalion Supply Officer; 
Midn. Lt. (jg) Ronald Wilson, Battalion PIO 



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the Western Pacific to the Mediterranean as they 
participated in amphibious training and anti-sub- 
marine warfare. Some of the Second Class were 
undergoing air indoctrination at Corpus Christi, 
Texas, and Marine Corps students took their train- 
ing at Quantico, Virginia. Upon graduation this year, 
thirty-three midshipmen will receive commissions 
as Ensigns in the Navy or Second Lieutenants in the 
United States Marine Corps. 

Navy Council is the governing body of the Battal- 
ion. All classes are represented at the weekly meet- 
ings. At these meetings, all matters dealing with the 
midshipmen's extra-curricular activities are studied 
and decided. 

The Battalion is very proud of their excellent Ex- 
hibition Drill Team, winner of the 1964 Heart of 
the Nation Drill Meet. Forty men on this year's team 
put in about six hours of practice a week. 




SEXTANT IS THE newly formed social group for 
NROTC freshmen and sophomores. 



NAVY COUNCIL— TOP ROW: Malcolm Corner, James Schmidt, David 
Schleeter, Roger Adieman, Ronald Wilson, Elsworth Ludwig, William Green- 
lee, Roger Hage BOTTOM ROW; David Porter, Edward Murach, John 



Randell, Lt. Knowlton Klinck, advisor; Archie Clemins, president; 
Wysong, Edward Behounek, Robert Nelson 



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LCDR. BLACKWELL INSTRUCTS the 4fh Class Midshipmen (including Naval 
Science student, Miss Janet Hall) on the organization of the Navy. 



MIDSHIPMEN POSE BY their aircraft after landing at Pensacola 
Naval Air Station for flight indoctrination. 




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a sun line on his first-class cruise. 







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taking off at summer training at Corpus Christi. 



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SHARON EIHAUSEN, spring semester sponsor 



CADET COL. GEORGE TYMITZ, spring semester commande 



AIR FORCE ROTC 

In March Lt. Col. Russell P. Strange began his 
third year as Commander of the AFROTC and pro- 
fessor of aerospace studies at Illinois. As a U. of I. 
alumnus, he has received degrees in American and 
European history and government and politics. 

Patricia Demetrulias and Sharon Eihausen were 
AFROTC fall and spring semester sponsors respect- 
ively. Pat, an active member of Chi Omega, is a sen- 
ior majoring in math and has received college hon- 
ors. Sheri won the area "Little Colonel" award and 
attended the "Little General" contest. She is an 
Alpha Gamma Delta majoring in home economics. 

Cadet Col. Edward Benson, an industrial design 
student, was Commander of the University's 190th 
AFROTC Cadet Wing during the first semester. He 
has been chosen as a Distinguished Military Cadet. 
Cadet Col. George Tymitz served as Commander 
second semester and is in Phi Eta Sigma honorary. 




COL. RUSSELL P. STRANGE, commander, AFROTC 



CADET COL. EDWARD BENSON, fall semester commander 



PATRICIA DEMETRULIAS, fall semester sponsor 





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DEAN KNOX WAS guest speaker at the Veteran's Day ceremony 
which all three ROTC branches attended. 




BRIG. GENERAL RICHARDSON was escorted through a 
sabre arch at Arnold Air Society Ball. 



FIP STUDENTS MADE adjustments 
on Cessna 150's. 




AFROTC CADETS ASSISTED in the pre-flight check 
of planes at Scott AFB, Illinois. 



CADET WING STAFF 

The AFROTC program was reorganized this year 
as a voluntary program at the wing level and is run 
entirely by the cadets. Each semester there is an 
outstanding cadet who is appointed the Commander 
of the 1 90th AFROTC Cadet Wing Staff at the Uni- 
versity. The Cadet Staff is responsible for the proper 
organization, efficient operation, and the continu- 
ous self-improvement of the AFROTC program. 



COL. STRANGE CONGRATULATED the first student to 
complete the FIP program this past year. 



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CADET WiNG STAFF— TOP ROW: Cadet Maj. Curt Meyers, Cadet Lt. Col. 
Larry Simmons, Cadet Lt. Col. Larry Blusf, Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Harper, Cadet 
Lt. Col. William Kehoe, Cadet Capt. Craig Bell, Cadet Lt. Col. Steven Nester, 
Cadet Lt. Col. Wilbert Perry BOTTOM ROW: Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Fan- 



thfspe. Cadet Col. George Tymitz, Cadet Col. Edw.-"H Bonson, Cadet Lt. 
Col. Nornnan Bush, Cadet Col. Jerry Wetterling NOT IN PANEL: Cadet 
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with a skit depicting registration. 




THIS FLIGHT GUIDE has an 
unconventional guidon. 



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comments on the cadet wing staff briefing. 



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TOP ROW: William Weisiger, Clifford Simpson, Robert Kirby, Donald Jean- 
blanc SECOND ROW: Eugene Neigoff, Robert Schwart, Donald Jockem, 
Edward Waldron, James Getzhoff, James Conner, Stephen Dunkle BOTTOM 



ROW: John Rothe, David Anderson, Ward Morton, treasurer; John Andrele, 
vice president; Ann Barnas, sponsor; Burt Miller, president; Richard Ring- 
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ASSOCIATION OF THE U. S. ARMY 



COUNTERGUERRILLA COMPANY 



The Association of the United States Army is a 
professional organization striving to improve the 
conditions of servicemen through information and 
public relations services. The men also publish 
Army magazine which presents the many aspects of 
the Army and is available to all AUSA members. 

The organization is open to any individual sub- 
scribing to the association's aims and objectives. 
Periodic meetings feature Army personnel as guest 
speakers and movies designed to give an increased 
understanding of the Army. 

AUSA activities this year included the manning 
of the howitzer used by the AUSA gun crew at the 
lllini football games and a trip to Fort Knox. 



In response to the step-up program emphasized 
in the Army Guerilla Warfare doctrine, the ROTC 
Counterguerrilla Company was organized on the 
University of Illinois campus in 1962. 

The purposes of the organization are to expand 
the scope of basic ROTC instructions, especially 
in the areas of small unit tactics and the technical 
aspects involved in unconventional warfare. It also 
helps in preparing the cadet for duty in the services 
through talks and films on Army life. 

The reduction in overall ROTC enrollment due 
to the new voluntary program, has had little effect 
on the Counterguerrilla Company which has the 
largest and most enthusiastic membership to date. 



TOP ROW: Fred Ranck, Gregory Waller, Arthur Blomberg, Terrell Sharp, 
Raymond Hambaugh, Edward Doyle, George Clay, Gary Bennett, Thomas 
Marron, Gary Thor, Edward Sejud, Charles Corray THIRD ROW: Bruce 
Robinson, David Schleeter, Thomas Cash, William Wallace, Robert Norwood, 
Kenneth Majeski, Charles Stone, James Hadley, Lance Domke, Gary Simmons, 
Roger Hirschman, Harold Gordon, Eugene Neigoff, George Ruch, Company 
Commander SECOND ROW: John Rothe, Erick Johnson, Dimiter Gulmesott, 



Carl Beutler, David DeFreest, Peter Stankovich, Daniel Cook, Bruce McGlasson, 
James Faerber, Arthur Hillman, Arthur Grange, MSGT Edwin Conners, Major 
George .Vlurray, advisor; John Mcllrath, Dennis Juncer BOTTOM ROW: 
Richard Jacobs, Ronald Herzog, Frederick Brockman, Leslie Strole, Stephen 
Bonomo, Robert Wilkinson, Richard Todas, William Paris, John Conley, SFC 
Bruce McGlasson 



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TOP ROW: Warren Godfrey, Marvin Levin, Martin Mann, vice president; 
John Williams BOTTOM ROW: Nina Lepinsky, secretary; Gretchen Corn- 
well, Genevieve Richardson, advisor; Sheila Sundquist, president; Lorraine 
Hanson NOT IN PANEL: Mary Arbenz, John Beecher, Clara Behringer, 



Walter Draper, Ross Figgins, Arno Hill, Elizabeth Hiller, Richard Kataoka, 
Martin Minow, John Otis, Lisbeth Roman, Joseph Scott, Charles Shatluck, 
Thomas Sloan, Webster Smailey, Julie Stusrud, John Sw/anson, Karl Wallace, 
Bernhard Works 



NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS 

In 1928 the Alpha Chapter of the National Col- 
legiate Players was established at the University 
of Illinois. It is one of 78 chapters existing today 
throughout the United States. 

A national honorary organization, the National 
Collegiate Players select their members according 
to national standards. These standards are based 
on the student's scholastic standing and previous 
theatre work. Membership points are earned by 
University students while working with the Uni- 
versity Theatre or through their work in drama 
courses. The annual initiation ceremony and din- 
ner in honor of the newly elected members high- 
lighted the organization's activities for the year. 



RADIO-TELEVISION WORKSHOP 

One of the few organizations of its type in the 
country, Television Workshop provides the rare op- 
portunity for college students to produce and direct 
actual television programs. 

Television Workshop is responsible for program- 
ming a half hour of television every Friday night. 
Students write, produce, direct and crew the live 
television productions each week. 

Variety shows, documentaries, and special panel 
programs are among the programs produced. Guest 
radio and television speakers are invited to meet- 
ings to speak on television and related topics. 

To climax the year's activities, a banquet is held 
to present awards for outstanding programs. 



TOP ROW: Paul Doll, Thomas Troughton, John Maxedon, Edvirard Toppel, 
George Tountas, Bernard Roscetti, Steven Nison, Bruce Webster, George 
Pitscher, Arnold Klinsky SECOND ROW: Karen Beckman, Elaine Hallberg, 
Julianne Simonin, Betty Lazaroff, vice president; Joan Anen, Dolores Brown, 



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treasurer; Michael Branda, Gary Olson, Keith Keller, Richard Bednar, Eugene 
Majewski, James Aldridge, advisor 



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TOP ROW: Gary Swinger, John Sepesi, Daniel King, Daniel Hupe, Charles 
Trayser, John Bourn, Bruce Haney, Edward Powers, Pete Wheeler, Neil 
Kamerling, Stephen Aldrich THIRD ROW: Jeri Lane, Fay Atwood, Judith 
Powell, Marilyn Schwartz, Mamie Verbofsky, Judy McEuen, Carol Bankson, 
Paula Steen, Susan Rademacher, Pamela Stutzke, Ellen Chapman, Cindy 
Lange, Marilyn Ryback, Mary Paxton, Susan Schmidt, Kay Frederick, Sue 



Welton SECOND ROW: Steven Sayers, Richard Stegall, Gregory Laughnan, 
Dr. Lloyd Helper, advisor; Herbert Brown, secretary; Robert Sollinger, presi- 
dent; Richard McMullen, vice president; Charles Farwell, treasurer; Ronnie 
Biehl, Daniel McCance, Michael Kastello BOTTOM ROW: Willie Lipato, 
Melvin Grabill, Dorice Shumway, Jim Rupnow, Timothy Harris, Gary Maves, 
Alan Grupe, Dennis Schwarzentraub, Terry Becker, David Kaplan 



PRE-VETERINARY CLUB 



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Striving to gain greater interest and fellowship 
among pre-veterinary students and to better ac- 
quaint its members with the field of veterinary 
medicine are the aims of the Pre-Veterinary Club. 

Membership in the club is open to all students 
who are interested in veterinary medicine. A fac- 
ulty advisor and two student representatives from 
the freshman class of the College aid the club in 
working toward its goals. 

Past meetings included surgical demonstrations 
and tours of the facilities of the colleges available 
to pre-veterinary students. The members also as- 
sisted the Veterinary Medicine College in present- 
ing the annual spring Open House. 



Chartered in 1956, Theta Chapter of Omega Tau 
Sigma at the University of Illinois was organized 
to promote the veterinary profession. As a pro- 
fessional veterinary fraternity, it seeks to build a 
closer working relationship between the classes of 
the veterinary college. 

Purposes of the organization include the crea- 
tion of a profession based on friendship, co-opera- 
tion and respect for fellow man, and the encour- 
agement of a desire to serve the animal kingdom. 

The club maintains a list of summer jobs with 
practicing veterinarians for members seeking work. 
Highlighting this year's activities was the national 
convention held in Columbus, Ohio. 



TOP ROW: Donald Spencer, Salvatore Cirone, Gary Brandt, Donald Huck- 
stadt, Emmanuel Agwuna, Don Coats, John Kelly, Robert Gibbons, Samuel 
Lerner, Clinton Hills, Robert Lacey, David Lashley, Charles Smith SECOND 
ROW: Joseph Kunzer, Wesley Robinson, Arthur Rasmussen, Stonewall Bailey, 
Dennis Johnson, Joseph Marion, Fred Goldenson, Kenneth Albrecht, James 
Soukup, Jack Marvich, Charles Spence, Lawrence Fox, Karl Luthin, Robert 



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Schafer, Albert Schmaedick BOTTOM ROW: Richard Fredrickson, Timothy 
Swiecki, pledge master; Larry Rollins, treasurer; Dr. Erwin Small, advisor; 
Joseph Foerner, president; Joseph Lowry, president; Raymond Huston, pledge 
master; Albert Dorn NOT IN PANEL: Yeshayahu Ben-Hur, Clyde Mc- 
Laughlin, James Rising, Walter Sessions, Oscar Swanstrom, Kent Trucken- 
brod, Frank Arnold, Donald Imgrund, Robert Schechter 



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TOP ROW: Hans Buchholz, Gilbert Fornaciari, John Slater, David Colman, 
David MacCallum, William Robinson, Kenneth McMillan, David Harms, Law- 
rence Mitchell, Terry March, Howard Peverly, Dale Cohoer, Frank Whitney, 
Stanley Tucker, Dale Gustafson, Samuel Honegger, Jim MacMillan THIRD 
ROW: Thomas Belton, Gary Ludwig, Dale Thayer, Joseph Leunis, Duane 
Ischer, John Lemon, William Walters, John Tocks, Charles Goodall, Larry 
Allen, Larry Shonkwiler, Dwight Severs, Thomas Pajak, John Fitzgerald, 
David Jacobsgaard, Edward Mies, Gerald Larson, Howard Jehle, Robert 
Harris, Dave Smith, John Williams, Ronald Roberts SECOND ROW: Ken- 



neth Stahl, Dr. Harold Halcrow, William Schreck, Willit Pierce, Kenneth 
Ladage, Robert Schwart, Gerald Theobald, Ralph Schobert, Alan Walter, 
Larry Hedrick, Bruce Robinson, Larry Eckert, Ronald Warfield, Larry Barbre, 
Joseph Coyne, Gerald Harrison, unidentified, Logan Levy BOTTOM ROW: 
Jerry Deuel, president; Stephen Shade, vice president; Hiromitsu Miyagi, 
Precioso Kuhonta, Paul Hopkins, Jay Wilson, Ronald Mayberry, Norbert 
Soltwedel, Eugene Skaggs, Lawrence Beall, Roger Seeger, James Wilson, 
Jerry Benjamin, Dale Meyer, Thomas Geistler, Daniel Stewart, Steve Perkin- 
son 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS CLUB 



AGRICULTURE EDUCATION CLUB 



"Agricultural Economics In Action" is a key to 
the success of this organization which operates on 
the thesis that the transition from a student status 
to that of a businesman happens in the time it 
takes to receive a handshake and a diploma. 

Activities of the Agricultural Economics Club 
included public speaking, written contests, an an- 
nual newsletter, a spring picnic, and a barbeque 
in the fall. Being a member of the American Farm 
Economic Association, the local club activity par- 
ticipated in the forty-two-chapter organization's 
activities. A national office, including president 
and vice president, has been held during each of 
the last four years by an Illinois member. 



Devoted to aiding and encouraging students in 
the field of agriculture education, members of the 
Agriculture Education Club strive for achievement 
to best prepare themselves for the future. 

Club meetings are held monthly. Guest speakers 
in agricultural education and other related fields 
are invited to attend. 

Club activities included a tractor rodeo, farm 
mechanics' contest, and the public speaking con- 
test. Service activities such as the food stand for 
the Illinois State F.F.A. Foundation Award Day 
Program are also among their various activities. 
An annual spring barbecue picnic highlighted the 
organization's social events. 



TOP ROW: Dennis O'Connor, William McNamara, Donald Huisinga, Allen 
Berry, John Hillison, James Carleton, Carl Awe, Richard Davis, Larry Barbe, 
Archie Devore, Charles Higgins, Thomas Belton, Stephen Riskedal, Harry 
Miller FOURTH ROW: Warren Fink, John Ditmer, Peter Cahill, Kenneth 
Macke, Arthur Neavill, George Tunison, John Macke, George Anderson, 
Roger Smith, Robert Potts, Thomas Nolte, David Bechtel, Larry Greenwood, 
Gerald Mayberry, Ulin Andrews THIRD ROW: Paul Hemp, Robert DeWolfe, 
Paul Wesbecher, Jerry Starkey, William Johnson, John Doll, Maurice Tomp- 



kins, Jack Harrold, Gerald Theobald, Ronald Greenfield, John Huston, Dennis 
Hackett, James Shaffer, Alan Naylor, unidentified SECOND ROW: Lloyd 
Phipps, Alfred Krebs, Michael Still, Dennis Harper, treasurer; Charles Ray- 
burn, president; Allen Hornbrook, vice president; Roger Allaman, Agriculture 
Council representative; Joseph Hampton, secretary; John Matthews, Keith 
Fiscus BOTTOM ROW: Vryl Laible, Daniel Bock, Arnold Parcherf, William 
Schreck, Larry Spengler, John Abell, Albert Lenkaitis, James Trotter 



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TOP ROW: David Ruppert, Robert Prifchard, Dennis O'Connor, Albert Len- 
kaitis, Robert Clothier, Richard Davidson, Frederick Douglass, William 
Hornback, Maurice Tompkins, Glenn Salisbury SECOND ROW: Steven 
Guebert, Robert Anniss, Ronald Henrichs, Lyn Ash, Norman Harms, William 
Meyer, Roger Musselman, Charles Condon, E. E. Ormiston, advisor BOTTOM 



ROW: Norbert Soltwedel, Agriculture Council representative; Ronald De- 
batin, vice president; Vyrl Laible, president; Richard Schingoethe, secretary; 
Archie Devore, treasurer; Frederick Cluskey, reporter; Kenton Kendall, 
advisor 



DAIRY PRODUCTION CLUB 



DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY 



Co-operating with the Hoof and Horn Club in 
presenting a fail showmanship contest and the 
Dairy Technology Society in sponsoring a spring 
recognition banquet for superior club members, 
the Dairy Production Club accomplished its goal 
of stimulating greater interest in and appreciation 
of all areas of the dairy industry. To broaden the 
knowledge of the members, the club met monthly 
to discuss timely dairy topics. 

The society, which is a chapter of the American 
Dairy Science Association, was organized to bring 
together all students and faculty with dairy in- 
terests. They sent a judging team to Chicago and 
Waterloo to compete in the Dairy Judging Contests. 



The members of Dairy Technology Society in- 
clude students and faculty in the Food Science De- 
partment who have an interest in the scientific and 
technological aspects of the dairy industry. 

Important activities of the organization have 
been sponsoring the Dairy Products Judging team, 
promoting a Dairy Technology Alumni Luncheon 
during Homecoming, and awarding Certificates of 
Merit to outstanding people in the dairy industry. 

This year's awards went to J. H. Peterson, the 
Borden Company, Chicago; M. G. Van Buskirk, 
Illinois Dairy Products Association, Inc., Chicago; 
and Dr. Aschaffenburg, Research Institute for Re- 
search in Dairying, Reading, England. 



TOP ROW: Ernest Herreid, Robert Whitney, Reid Milner, Harilaos Ntailianas, 
Yasuo Azuma, Shuryo Nakai THIRD ROW: Anders Oterholm, Harold 
Wilson, Michael Campell, Verner Prawius SECOND ROW: Stevjort Tuckey, 
Ross Pc-ter, N. Sundararajan, Jarol Johnson, Triveni Shukla, James Heisner, 




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Jon Geheber, Tommy Grossman, treasurer; Ronald Eitenmiller, vice presi- 
dent; Frederick Cluskey, president; Curt Myers, Quei-Shiow Hwang, Joseph 
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TOP ROW: Allen Berry, John Hillison, James Schmidt, John Doll, Harold 
Kleiss, John Rutledge, Terry Pocklington, Robert Carter, Samuel Anyaegbu, 
Richard Lamkey, Ronald Issacson, Dave White THIRD ROW: Adokiye Kom- 
bonimi, Daniel Stewart, Roy Bailey, Steven Still, Ralph Schobert, Gary Alex, 
David Lightle, Paul Boyles, Nelson Baumgartner, Kenneth Baker, Carl Wing- 



field, Richard Malone SECOND ROW: Burns Sabey, Douglas Garw/ood, 
Eugene Boppart, treasurer; Jack Bowers, secretary; Charles Gaede, vice 
president; Jerry Doll, president; Edward Kallal, Larry Ruhl, George Palmer, 
Ambrose Burger BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Hoffman, Donald Pauken, Stephen 
Effland, Lionel Young, Billy Brooks 



FIELD AND FURROW CLUB 



FLORICULTURE CLUB 



The Field and Furrow Club is proud to have as 
a member Bill Kirk, the president of the student 
section of the American Society of Agronomy, the 
national organization. The local chapter retained 
its rating as an outstanding agronomic club at the 
last convention of the AS. A, at Denver. 

The group's fund-raising projects included the 
sale of standard soils and prepared crop seed sam- 
ples to various high school judging teams. Stimulat- 
ing interest in agronomic work is a function of the 
organization. Interested students found a choice of 
activities from speech, essay, crop, or soil judging 
contests to journalistic work on news releases and 
student-faculty mixers. 



Guest speakers highlighted the monthly meet- 
ings of the Floriculture Club, an organization which 
is open to any student or faculty member inter- 
ested in the field. Its purpose is to promote the 
use of flowers and ornamental plants inside and 
outside the home and to encourage a more relaxed 
relationship between the students and the faculty. 

The local club, which is affiliated with a national 
student horticulture association, carried out sev- 
eral projects during the year. They sent a flower 
judging team to West Virginia and have won four 
similar contests during the last seven years. They 
also sponsored a flower show during Mother's Day 
Weekend and had an annual banquet for seniors. 



TOP ROW: Dale Kotnour, Lyn Bayer, Kenneth Schumacher, Harold Wilkins, 
Thomas Jagler FOURTH ROW: Richard Payne, William Blaine, DeArmand 
Hull, Gail Fosler THIRD ROW: David Niemann, Thomas Allen, John 
Beecher, John Radecky, Donald Saupe SECOND ROW: Stanley Bennie, 



Cary Mitchell, David Peterson, president; William Torsberg, vice president; 

Theodore Spanbauer, secretary; Joseph Malpede BOTTOM ROW: Dr. John 

Gartner, Robert Stadin, Prof. John Culbert, Marilyn McQuitty, Margaret 

Misch, treasurer; Jackie Butler, Harvey Smith, Dr. Marvin Carbonneau 



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TOP ROW: Bennie Doane, advisor EIGHTH ROW: Paul Lamb, advisor; 
Charles Condon, Paul Fahr, Richard Stegall, Edward Meis, Roger Seeger, 
Larry Hippen, Larry Eriinger, Dan Duewer, Jonfred Worner, Wilma Hall, 
Gary Swinger SEVENTH ROW: Thomas Lewis, Leroy Peiffer, Gilbert Renz- 
nicek, James Klokkenga, Michael Dunphy, Jerry Starkey, Gary Polfliet, John 
Shoemaker, Ronald Moeller, Ronald Riffey, Leonard Julius, Gary Rofh, Alan 
Naylor SIXTH ROW: Lindle OfFenbacker, James TafF, Donald Bilyeu, Rich- 
ard Hurelbrink, Stephen Webel, Andrew Boston, Wayne Berger, Dale Burky- 
lile, Roger Smith, Richard McMullen, David Berg, William Meis, VyrI Laible 
FIFTH ROW: Tom Bidner, Judy McEuen, Kay Frederick, Richard Killey, 
Kenneth Urban, David Hawkinson, Robert Potts, John Gray, Peter Cahill, 



Thomas Hofer, Robert Smith, William Flack FOURTH ROW: Mark Shafer, 
William Baumgarlner, Phillip Schleeter, James Lindgren, David Bechtel, 
David Ruebush, John Peterson, Hugh Forbes, George Courter, James Herm, 
James Boyer THIRD ROW: Oscar Elliott, Randy Dunbar, Roger Williams, 
Roger Broyhill, David Rincker, Kenneth Nimrick, Edward McMillan, David 
Linden, Robert Kennedy, Gary Alex SECOND ROW: Frederick Mohr, Alben 
Myren, Michael Gehring, Albert Peters, David Cox, Clarence Starkweather, 
Nelson Baumgartner BOTTOM ROW: Dan Hoge, treasurer; Leo Ferrell, 
historian; John Huston, president; James Walker, reporter; Howard Stevens, 
secretary; Ronald McClelland, Agriculture Council representative. 



HOOF AND HORN CLUB 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA 



One of the largest clubs on campus, the Hoof 
and Horn Club is an organization of students with 
interests in animal science and related fields. The 
Illinois Chapter is one of forty chapters of the 
National Block and Bridle Club. 

The club sponsored livestock and meat judging 
teams, each of which competed in contests held in 
Kansas City, Chicago, and Baltimore. A showman- 
ship contest featuring greased pig and goat milk- 
ing contests and a tug-of-war were also conducted. 

Membership in the club is awarded any student 
earning five points through meeting attendance 
and committee work. Monthly meetings featured 
speakers whose field is animal science. 



The Alpha chapter of Alpha Tau Alpha, founded 
at the University of Illinois in 1921, is only one 
of the twenty-five nation-wide chapters. All pro- 
spective members must have sophomore standing 
in the Agriculture Education curriculum and must 
have maintained a minimum grade point average 
of a 3.5. New members are selected in the spring. 

The purposes of the organization are to develop 
a true professional spirit in the teaching of agri- 
culture, to help train members as rural leaders in 
their own communities, and to foster a fraternal 
spirit among the agriculture students who are en- 
rolled in teacher-training. To accomplish these pur- 
poses they had a spring banquet and initiation. 



TOP ROW: Kenneth Macke, Arthur Neavill, Allen Hornbrook, Ulin Andrews, 
Archie Devore, Paul Hemp, advisor SECOND ROW: Lloyd Phipps, advisor; 
James Trotter, Michael Still, Gerald Theobald, Alan Naylor, Ronald Green- 
field, John Huston, Keith Fiscus, advisor BOTTOM ROW: Roger Alleman, 



treasurer; Joseph Hampton, second vice president; Dennis Hackett, ftrst vice 
president; Larry Barbre, president; John Hillison, secretary; Charles Higgins, 
Agriculture Council representative 



TOP ROW: George Kuhns, James Ashbrook, Joh 1 Miles, Philip Bjekich, 
Nelson Rowe, Henry Gresens, George Barth, Robert Kirk, William Hull 
THIRD ROW: Gary Cogswell, Alan Wall, Mikio Ishimaru, Melvin Slane, 
Larry Campbell, Raymond Persino, Larry Jacobs, Eugene Buchholz SECOND 



ROW: George Albright, Gary Bernhardy, Kenn Sutton, Michael Mundy, 
Robert Notz, Gary Hughes, Thomas Osborn, Andrew Kotowicz BOTTOM 
ROW: James Weber, Joseph Tomaino, Stanley Crull, Richard WIezien, Mad- 
husudan Patel, Jon Brannan 



SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS 



AMERICAN FOUNDRYMEN'S SOCIETY 



To further technical knowledge and to present 
to its members a picture of the opportunities in 
the field of automotive engineering is the purpose 
of the Society of Automotive Engineers. 

Programs of the monthly meetings included 
guest speakers and several films. Members are en- 
titled to the SAE Journal, the monthly magazine 
printing news of the Society, its members, and of 
engineering and its progress in general. 

During this past year, members of the society 
served as guides for the annual Engineering Open 
House held in the internal combustion engine lab- 
oratory. Membership in the society is open to all 
students enrolled in engineering. 



The University of Illinois chapter of the Ameri- 
can Foundryman's Society is a professional group 
devoted to the field of cast metals. It is one of the 
fourteen student chapters and the forty-nine in- 
dustrial chapters in the national organization. 

The projects sponsored by the local group bring 
the student closer to practical application of the 
theory of cast metals as well as opening doors to 
the technology of the future. "Modern Castings," 
the monthly magazine, is sent to al! AFS members. 
Special programs for last year included the fall 
semester field trip to Decatur, Illinois, where the 
chapter enjoyed a dinner and a tour of the Wagner 
Casting Company's foundry facilities. 



TOP ROW: Bruce Huff, Thomas Gura, James Conlon, Eric Storm, Tom 
Breuer, Kenneth Becker FOURTH ROW: William Keillor, Edwin Hackle- 
man, Allan Vortman, James Tunnell, Tim Ringler THIRD ROW: Thomas 
Degenhart, Maurice LeBegue, Edmund Fredland, Thomas Jedlowski, David 
Dominguez, Robert Mucha, George Schwartz, Jan Verkaik SECOND ROW: 



Ronald Dean, Robert Haberman, Steven Grove, Stephen Butler, Michael 
Allard, John Shaffer BOTTOM ROW: Dean Olson, Robert Schultz, Donald 
Haislet, John Richards, Richard Davies NOT IN PANEL: Richard Free, 
president; Werner Diehl, vice president; Thomas Tolpin, treasurer; Alan 
Moore, Engineering Council Representative 




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tary; John Quinn, advisor; John Loebach, president BOTTOM ROW: George 



Edes, vice president; Allan Wilhelmi, recording secretary; Richard Scheuber, 
Engineering Council representative 



INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS' INSTITUTE 



Functioning as both a vocational and a social 
club, the student chapter of the American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers located here on campus 
is one of many organizations throughout the United 
States which constitute the national organization. 
Membership is open to all in the curriculum. 

In the past, monthly meetings have included a 
talk given by guest speakers representing various 
aspects of the chemical engineering industry. 

The organization's main project of the year is 
a display of chemical engineering projects at the 
annual Engineering Open House. Spring activities 
include a banquet given by the American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers for graduating seniors. 



The American Institute of Industrial Engineers 
is a professional engineering society interested in 
the development and promotion of industrial en- 
gineering in college and industry. Membership in- 
cludes industrial engineering students but is open 
to any interested individual. 

The club sponsors an annual golf tournament in 
the spring, open to all University students. Also 
included among the club's various activities was a 
spring picnic for ME members. 

Climaxing the year was the presentation of an 
award by the Land of Lincoln adult chapter of HE 
to the most outstanding senior member of the in- 
dustrial engineering society. 



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TOP ROW: Kenneth Brill, Leonard Mattioli, Arne Thesen, Ramesh Mehra, 
John Willianns, James Bell, Blicstein Coifman, Kenneth Dudzik, Edward 
Bordy, Ralph Struzina, Raymond Kadlec, James Paternoster, Charles Uloth, 
James Maronn, Michael Hickey FOURTH ROW: Robert Winter, Gary Werle, 
Walter Pretzel, Melvin Slane, John Aldrich, Errol Unikel, Robert Wallhaus, 
Arthur Crandall, Richard Shure, Dennis Stevenson, Thomas Hawkins, Kenneth 
Novak THIRD ROW: Dennis Walters, William Terry, Arthur Stellmach, 
Paul Gustitus, Lucky Somers, Roy Wakasa, Raymond Miller, Spiro Augous- 



tatos, Clifford Schilling, John Conway, James Warrington, Emmert Balis 
SECOND ROW: Gordon Sparks, Clarence Beardsley, Jim Hammons, Renalds 
Salvador, Edward Slavik, Don Sanders, Edmund Fredland, James Connolley, 
Gary Holmes, Don Anderson BOTTOM ROW: Anil Raheia, John Prystalski, 
vice president; Terrell Harris, Kenneth Caughron, president; Prof. Leo 
PIgage, David Breeding, secretary; Raymond Gobble, treasurer; George 
Kroupa NOT IN PANEL: Lloyd Lehn, George McGregor, Lawerance Quinn, 
William Studnick, James Walters, Mark Westerland 



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HofF, George Re-eder, Luther Edwards, Roger Strohman, Robert Endecavageh, 
Norbert Grom, Kenneth Skahn, Thomas Larwin, James Decker, Charles Allen, 
David Herrera, John Garlanger, Richard Hulina, Lloyd Jones, Bernard Wil- 
helmsen, Joe Campbell SECOND ROW: Richard Strauss, Michael Diamond, 
Ronald Houser, Sten Palmer, Neol Nedved, Joseph Swanson, Donald Schrader, 
Jerold Leckman, Alan Blott, Gerald Steiner, Ernest Bennett, Paul McLaughlin, 



Edward Hanna, Jerome Leszkiewicz, George Beall, Gene Scharfenorth, Bruce 
Dani, Thomas Laken BOTTOM ROW: Prof. John O'Connor, advisor; David 
Fehr, Virion Suits, secretary; Kenneth Clausen, John Berra, president; Richard 
Rupnow, treasurer; Lyie Marlowe, Engineering Council representative; Byron 
Baxter, Engineering Council representative; Howard Gailay, Prof. Gordon 
Gracie, advisor 



SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 



SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 



Undergraduate students in civil or general en- 
gineering, theoretical and applied mechanics, or 
the option for engineering in architecture are eligi- 
ble to become members of the American Society of 
Civil Engineers. Their purpose is to promote the 
recognition of professional standing. 

The projects of the organization were intended 
to acquaint its members with the practical phases 
of engineering and to develop in these students a 
professional point of view. In addition to monthly 
meetings, the society's activities included a re- 
fresher course offered to seniors who were prepar- 
ing for their Professional Engineer's exam and the 
publication of a monthly newsletter. 



The American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
at the University of Illinois is a student chapter of 
the nation-wide professional organization. One of 
its primary purposes is to develop a professional 
attitude among engineering students and to build 
social and professional contacts at an early date. 

At monthly meetings held in the lllini Union, 
prominent speakers addressed the students. Meet- 
ings were not completely technical in nature. At 
the September meeting, the 1964 Rose Bowl Game 
was shown. As an added twist, the members were 
given part of the play by play commentary to read. 
The year's social events included a hayride, a bowl- 
ing match with the faculty, and a Christmas party. 



TOP ROW: Mikio Ishimaru, Omojola Ogunlade, James Weber, Patrick Tsuji, 
John Coyner, Melferd Bose, Ken Apacki, Harvey Press, Reginald Moskal, 
Edward Behounek, Phillip McKown, Richard Dodge, Garrett Pardekooper, 
Daniel Rotter, Eugene Schlapper THIRD ROW: Gary Cogswell, Thomas 
Duff, Joseph Tamaino, Robert WIezien, Thomas Jonak, Robert Stockwell, 
Henry Gresens, Robert Dal Bello, secretary; John Kowalczyk, president; 
Andrew Kempiak, vice president; James Buckingham, Richard Davies, How- 



ard Lundeen, James Snell, Michael Baloun, Thomas Lindsey SECOND 
ROW: Eugene NeigofT, Edward Holec, Charles Bowser, Alan Wall, Carolyn 
Benson, Barbara Shaffer, Linda Barker, Michael Hora, James Carswell, Ken- 
neth Beilke BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth Carlson, Gary Hughes, Madhusudan 
Patel, Robert Marek, Richard SokolofF, Michael Mundy, Robert Notz, Mauricio 
Garciarodriquez, Blicstein Coifman, Roger Blomquist 






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resentative; Jerome Williams, treasurer; Terry Hill, recording secretary; 
Bruce Vodica, Robert Hobson, Engineering Council representative; David 



Lawrence, corresponding secretary BOTTOM ROW: Larry Nixon, presi- 
dent; Henry Magnuski, vice president 



SOCIETY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS 



MINERAL INDUSTRIES SOCIETY 



A successful year for the Student Branch of the 
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers was 
brought to a close with the popular Senior-Faculty 
Banquet. Prof. P. R. Egbert, advisor to the group, 
received a special note of thanks for his help and 
suggestions throughout the school year. 

The society was organized to promote a sense 
of professionalism among its members. All elec- 
trical engineering students are eligible to join. 

On October 20, more than 1 50 members at- 
tended the National Electronics Conference at Mc- 
Cormack Place in Chicago. At the end of the fall 
semester a joint meeting with the central Illinois 
professional members of the group was held. 



The purpose of the Mineral Industries Society 
of the University of Illinois, which is affiliated 
with the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgi- 
cal and Petroleum Engineers, is to promote an in- 
creasing knowledge of the technology and admin- 
istration of the metallurgy and mining industries. 
Any student whose curriculum or major is mining, 
metallurgical engineering, or geology is eligible to 
become a member of the society. 

During the year M.I.S. sponsored many activities 
such as picnics and field trips to metallurgy lab- 
oratories, steel mills, and non-ferrous producers. 
Distinguished persons associated with the engineer- 
ing field were featured at their meetings. 



TOP ROW: William Zimmer, Robert Bohl, Carl Alstetter, Edward Pierce, 
William Jandeska, John Christoffersen, Roy Adams, Terry Sesterhenn, Leslie 
Kramer, Glenn Schmid, Kennelh Dolbow, Earl Eckel, Gregory Paskiet, Philip 
Lindsay, Loyie Simms, Walter Bruckner, T. J. Rowland SECOND ROW: 
Thomas Read, Charles White, treasurer; Paul Trester, Engineering Council 



representative; Gerson Bilow, secretary; John Hebeisen, president; Mitchell 
Kaplan, vice president; James Watters, Engineering Council representative; 
Bernard Ricketts, advisor BOTTOM ROW: Gordon Smith, Kenneth Ehrlich, 
Robert Howe, Samuel Williams, James Bohlen, John Sahr, Ronald Malatesta, 
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John Goodenough, Keith Haselhorst, Robert Carlson, Peter Bloome, Robert 
Emery, Larry Kaufman, Alan Bell, John Knobloch, David Wiedeman, Gregory 
Heinz THIRD ROW: Curtis Freeberg, Richard Moyer, Reynold Durre, Alan 
Chidley, Robert Whitely, Donald Jones, John Heath, David Hopkins, David 
Daniel, John Miller, Gerald Mundy, Merrill Pinter, Lawrence Thompson 



SECOND ROW: Richard Fenzl, John Litherland, Roger Curry, president; 
Wayne Peterson, vice president; John Tunnell, secretary; Raymond Hauk, 
treasurer; Lyie Stephens, Lester Thompson, James Curtis BOTTOM ROW: 
Richard Beyers, Robert Adams, Charles Heavner, Leiand Wolken, Ronald 
Gehrig 



AGRiCULTURAL ENGINEERS^ SOCIETY 



SOCIETY OF GENERAL ENGINEERS 



The student branch of the American Society of 
Agricultural Engineers is organized to help students 
correlate their curriculum with the agriculture 
profession. The only membership requirement is 
enrollment in the Agricultural Engineering cur- 
riculum. One of the club activities is competing 
for the Farm Equipment Institute Award. The stu- 
dent branch turning in the best report concerning 
its branch activities receives the national award. 
The Illinois Student Branch received second place 
in the 1964 national competition. 

The branch is promoting safety on the highways 
by selling Slow Moving Vehicle safety reflectors 
to high school FFA chapters. 



The Illinois Society of General Engineers main- 
tains its status as one of the most active of the 
organizations on the engineering campus. Pro- 
grams range from acquainting future engineers with 
industry by hearing guest speakers to holding an 
annual student-faculty bowling tournament. 

The members stress intense preparation for the 
future. To this end, an industrial trip is taken 
once a year. A spring picnic and participation in 
Engineering Open House were also included in this 
year's program. The winning team in the bowling 
tournament was awarded a trophy which was put 
on display. The annual banquet for seniors was the 
social climax to an informative year of activities. 



TOP ROW: Stephen Buss, Prof. John Pearson, Walter Ziel, Kenneth Bivens, 
Paul Gihring, John Redin, Edvi/ard Sabourin, Prof. Arthur Friedberg THIRD 
ROW: Joseph Bogg, Douglas Brandenburg, James Willett, secretary; Myron 
Odell, Lawrence Rzewski, Charles Rowley, Kenneth Archambault, president 



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laghan, Michael Dee. Shelby Lawder BOTTOM ROW: David Koch, Kenneth 
Gehrke, Gerald Lasson, John Crisel, John Weibel, Carolyn Lester 



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Merrill Mosbarger, Charles Brumm, Susan Klass, Ronald Ahrens, Mehran- 
guiz Nikou, Thomas Francis, Richard Noland, Sammy Kiger, Dennis Sie- 
bert, Charles Hopson, Richard Novak SECOND ROW: Prof. Alfred Allen, 



Prof. Arthur Friedberg, Raymond Gibbs, Kenneth Hang, Alfred Nutt, John 
DeLuca, Prof. Ralph Cook, Marsha Williksen BOTTOM ROW: John Willi, 
Charles Dickinson, Charles Ross, John Boyer, Chester Henson, Kenneth An- 
derson 



AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY 




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During the academic year there are many activi- 
ties sponsored by the Ceramic Society. The publi- 
cation of a yearbook, The lllini Ceramist, was one 
of the biggest projects. Their book, which is now 
in its twenty-first edition, was the first of its kind 
on campus. The highlight of each year is the annual 
Pig Roast. Originated as an actual roasting of a pig 
in the kiln house, the Pig Roast has become a ban- 
quet with guest speakers. 

Other activities which the group participated in 
were intramural sports such as football, water polo 
and Softball in which championships have been 
won. Participation in Engineering Open House and 
the selection and sponsoring of a St. Pat's Ball Queen 
candidate are included in the spring. Membership 
in this organization is open to students in the Cer- 
amic Engineering curriculum. 



Kenneth Hang, treasurer; Prof. Arthur Friedberg, advisor; John DeLuca, 
president; Alfred Nutt, vice president; Raymond Gibbs, secretary 






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Gerry, Kenneth Jerina Neno Bartocci, Jeffrey Dalton, Kenneth Archambault 
ThTrd'rOW "p'Vh'^M^"; Burkhalter, Richard Davidson, Gerald Mu^taugh 
THIRD ROW: Ralph Mindock, Charles Stone, Daniel Fox, Allen Krodel John 

Dav?d'D.n°iTl''n°^'^.^'^r'n ^''?°"''", ^^^'^V Wegerson, Jarries Ashbrook, 
David Daniel, Dean Streid, David Wiedeman, Alan Nelson, Gerald Lasson 



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S .T' Whitaker Ralph Larson, John Mulvey, William Burdick, Louis 
Matsko, Sydney Levin, Edward Cox, Frank McCollum, Walter Richards, Steven 
Wilder, Thomas Martin, Prof. Robert Jewett, advisor BOTTOM ROW- Ken- 

S^nM^^r ' \ ^^"l'^?^', '-"lie Kramer, Robert Douglass, Ronald Gehrig, 

Konald Kessner, John Crisel 



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS' SOCIETY 



The student chapter of the Illinois Society of 
Professional Engineers is an organization to which 
all undergraduate engineering students may belong. 
The development of student chapters has been a 
recent movement, and the Illinois chapter is the 
tenth at a major engineering school. The organiza- 
tion strives for unity among engineers through the 
professional development of each member in the in- 
terests of the safety and well-being of society. The 
national group works toward solutions to the social, 
economic, and ethical problems confronting the pro- 
fession of engineering. 

One of the most important functions of the club 
IS to publicize the engineer-in-training exam that 
a graduating senior may take as the initial step to- 
ward full professional registration. 

In an effort to reach all engineering students, the 
chapter this year undertook a special campaign to 
contact incoming freshmen. A letter of introduction 
was mailed to every student at the start of the fall 
semester. The club's activities consisted of a Fresh- 
man Smoker and a combined dinner-meeting with 
the Champaign County chapter of the Illinois So- 
ciety of Professional Engineers. 



Leslie Kramer, vice president; Robert Douglass, president; Ronald Gehrig 
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TOP ROW: James Graham, Lawrence Bizar, Maurice Smith, John Wain- 
wright, Douglas Millstone, John Bucklar, Richard Stone, Troy Doefch, Harold 
Carr, William Plymire, Lester Rebman SECOND ROW: Gary Rasmussen, 
Asbury Moore, Willard Groth, Harold Vanderzwag, George Latham, William 



Reker, Gregory Wright BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Feingold, Michael Peterson, 
Elliott Glabman, Dean Calhoun, Merrill Morris NOT IN PANEL: Dr. Richard 
Pohndorf, advisor 



MEN'S P. E. MAJORS' CLUB 



WOMEN'S P. E. MAJORS' CLUB 



The dual purpose of the Men's Physical Educa- 
tion Majors' Club is to stimulate the professional 
interests in the field of physical education and 
promote unity amongst the members in the curricu- 
lum. Men majoring in this field are eligible for 
membership in the organization. 

The activities of the group centered around the 
lectures made by physical educators on the cam- 
pus. In addition to the lectures that were spon- 
sored by the group, interesting and informative 
discussions were led by prominent people who are 
interested in the field of physical education. 

This year the chapter went to national, state, 
and regional physical education conventions. 



TOP ROW: Barbara Varble, Noreen Johnson, Janice Walk, Joan Kloppen- 
burg, Mary Blair, Linda Bunker, Kathleen True, Brenda Carlson, Elana 
Engelking, Katherine True, Karen Nichols, Sherye Garmony, Kathleen Cothern, 
Betty Bennett; Janice Weeden, Wendella Muldowney, Donna Torrence 
FOURTH ROW: Bette Downs, Jane Helbig, Jean Matlock, Judith Zussman, 
Carol Olson, Elaine Steenbergen, Karen Fry, Elizabeth Stolz, Sherrill Riggins, 
Catherine Crawford, Caria Herman, Jane Shostrom, Karen Wilen, Pauline 
Peterson, Andrea Shulman, Lynn Hetke THIRD ROW: Sheila O'Keefe, 
Pamela Milchrist, Shirlee Hitter, Sandra Wilham, Ellyn Sistrunk, Sally 



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Dance, physical education, and recreation majors 
find that the Women's Physical Education Majors' 
Club supplies a round of programs designed to help 
broaden their understanding of the field. Convo- 
cations, which include panel discussions, sympo- 
siums, and guest speakers, help to stimulate the 
professional development of the individual. 

Other activities included special events such as 
the Big-Little Sister Program, an alumni coffee 
hour on Homecoming Weekend, a Fall Camp-Out, 
the High School Play Day, an annual Christmas 
party, and the interclass and faculty volleyball 
games. The club also maintains a departmental li- 
brary and publishes a newspaper, the Majournal. 



Johannes, Sandra Christ, vice president; Dorothy Phipps, advisor; Virginia 
Studer, president; Barbara Stokes, treasurer; Mary Holcomb, Ingrid Gross, 
secretary; Mary Cronin, Mary Boothby, Nancy Ruhlow SECOND ROW: 
Glenda Chapman, Lois Winkel, Sally Bell, Paula Mueller, Roberta Garret, 
Gail Hetherington, Janet Elling, Jean Kero, Diane Carlsen, Janice MacDonald, 
Jo Platter, Honore Madura BOTTOM ROW: Dana Ewing, Carolyn Lewis, 
Jean Jorgensen, Rosemary McGinnis, Rhonda Darling, Lorelei Bigner, Alice 
Marscin, Victoria Auer, Karen Ellison, Patricia Norris, Sylvia Morgan, 
Catherine Militello, Sally Kunde 



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TOP ROW: Jacquelyn Reiland, Roy Krumwiede, Peter Wolfe, Joe Collins, 
Craig Bell, Alan Schram, Jack Taylor, Robert Bremer, Ronald Nowakowski, 
Leon Peets, Colomban D'Amours, James Jocius, William Keating, David 
Flagg, Alan Caskey, Gary Farley, John Hiade, Sandra Hidin THIRD ROW; 
Nancy Greggain, Connie Schneider, Barbara Libby, Sandra Penning, Bette 
Baymiller, Beverly Peterson, Susan Campbell, Eleanor Schoen, Rita Maier, 
Patricia Barry, Robert Lee, Gene Ackerman, Stanley King, Dennis Tilden, 
Charles Frederick, Harvey Caldwell, John Andrle, Joan Brasvi/ell, Rachael 



Bauer, William Harper SECOND ROW: Carol Bolte, Lena Beattie, Heather 
Kinsey, Carlene Fearn, Prof. Maxwell Garret, Dr. M. Virginia Frye, John 
Comerio, president; Dr. Charles Brightbill, Dr. Allen Sapora, Dr. Howard 
Weaver, Thomas Harris, treasurer; Ann McKnight, vice president; James 
Kacena, secretary; Steven Wohlwend BOTTOM ROW: Ernest Carls, Eleonor 
Hellman, Tula Vaream, Gail Klapman, Bonnie Kohlenberger, Sara Gillespie, 
Beverly Effort, Kathleen Roche, Janna Rankin, Marjorie Sons, Diana Price, 
Myra Berk, Elizabeth Vanderkloot, Jean-Marc Beauchesne 



AMERICAN RECREATION SOCIETY 



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The programs during the past year of the Ameri- 
can Recreation Society included speakers and panel 
discussions pertaining to topics and problems of 
recreation that are not covered in the curriculum. 

Any student who is interested in the field of rec- 
reation may become a member of the club. The 
purposes of this group are to develop a fellowship 
society for those interested in the field and to ac- 
quaint students with the problems of the practical 
field as well as with professional people. 

Opportunities for the students to get to know 
the faculty on an informal basis are provided by the 
American Recreation Society sponsored student-fac- 
ulty coffee hours. 



The Potami, a group of Evans Scholars who have 
distinguished themselves on campus, attempt to be 
well-rounded students by achieving scholastic ex- 
cellence while maintaining a rigorous social and ath- 
letic program. The Potami athletic season included 
I M basketball and participation in co-rec sports such 
as golf and volleyball. 

The Potami rounded out their campus life with 
an extended social calendar. Weekend excursions 
to Chicago and St. Louis for operas, concerts and 
museum visits culturally enriched them. The high- 
light of the social year was the Potami Cotillion at 
which co-ed Pam Williams was crowned the Potami 
Princess for 1964-65. 



TOP ROW: Bill Brockmeyer, president and 1965 Lickoustic Award winner; 
Robert Podlasek, scholastic chairman; Joseph Hurst, athletic chairman; Ron- 



ald Roberts, social chairman; John Costello BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Wil- 
liams, 1965 Potami Princess NOT IN PANEL: Ronald Mentzer 



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TOP ROW: Nicki Mulford, Miriam Lobatz, Richard Klich, Bernadine Heller, 
Robert Prosek, AAargo Fitzgerald, Deborah Bessonny SECOND ROW: Jom 
Good, advisor; Mary Evans, Karen Elletf, secretary-treasurer; Judy Pilot, 
president; Bonnie Werner, vice president; Sandra Solomon BOTTOM ROW: 



Carol Torek, Ronny Briskman, Barbara Walters, Carol Yeager, Judiih Hanson 
NOT IN PANEL: Cecily Parker, Joan Kuhn, Judith Rieder, Marsha Silver- 
man, Carol Kosovski, Judith Harris, Barbara Sladcik, Natalie Slegel 



SPEECH CORRECTION ASSOCIATION 



STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



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The lllini Speech Correction Association, which 
was established on this campus three years ago, is 
made up of students in the field of speech cor- 
rection. The purpose of this professional club is to 
broaden the scope of its members by providing 
enriching educational opportunities. 

The group's projects of the past year included 
guest speakers, field trips, Education 101 speech 
screening program, a Christmas party, and a fall 
and spring coffee hour for new members. 

This past year the officers of the club took a 
trip to Purdue University to investigate the pos- 
sibilities of chartering membership in Sigma Alpha 
Eta, a national fraternity for speech majors. 



University students who are preparing to enter 
the teaching profession are eligible for member- 
ship in the Student Education Association. This 
club, through its programs of speeches, films and 
discussions on topics relating to teaching gifted 
children, student teaching, interviewing, and job 
placement, provides individuals with opportunities 
for personal and professional growth. 

Highlighting the many social activities of the 
organization during the past year was the Christ- 
mas party given for underprivileged children. 

Last year the association nominated its treas- 
urer, Pamela Kostenko, for president of the state 
Student Education Association. 



TOP ROW: Bettie Hewes, Karen Evans, Susan Evans, Linda Lantz, Donald 
Krumrey, Stefany Sulinski, Delores Lew^in, Judith Sipka, Barbara Cox, Janet 
Larson, Sharon Kavas THIRD ROW: Mary Borkovirski, Frances Karpman, 
Julianne Venckus, Ethel Jacobson, Dolores Siegel, Kathryn Leonard, Rhoda 
Simon, Madeline Zoberman, June Pound, Barbara Wade SECOND ROW: 




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Pamela Kostenko, treasurer; Elaine Cremeens, president; Dr. Laura Jordan, 
advisor; Carol Stevens, vice president; Barbara Sauerw/ein, secretary; Linda 
Talney BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Jeckel, Hilda Weeks, Barbara Kaplan, Ellen 
Sauder, Denise DeGraff, Laurel Toelle 





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TOP POW: Cathleen Schoensiegel, Jeanne Sleeper, Ingrid Heegaard, John 
Brough, Pamela Magelli, Anice Fischman, Michelle Caniff BOTTOM ROW: 



Loray Meeder, Donna Lindberg, treasurer; Helen Bowen, secretary; Nancy 
Baldwin, president; Marilyn Melton, advisor 



ILLI-SOTA 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The lllini Student Occupational Therapy As- 
sociation, Illi-Sota, is a professional club open to 
students in the curriculum. Students studying in 
related fields may receive honorary membership. 

The purpose of this organization is to inform 
students and faculty members on the campus about 
the professional opportunities available to those 
majoring in occupational therapy. In addition, it 
promotes the common interests of the club mem- 
bers and notifies them of summer job opportunities 
in the field of their specialty. 

The activities of the club centered around its 
monthly meetings. Miss Beatrice Wade, originator 
and head of the curriculum, was a guest speaker. 



"Home Economics — A Journey Into the Future" 
is both the theme and the ideal of the Isabel 
Bevier Home Economics Club, an organization 
which seeks to instill in its members an under- 
standing of the aims of their profession. 

To accomplish this goal, the organization has 
sponsored such special projects as hostessing the 
Illinois Home Economics Association's annual meet- 
ing. The group also presented the Home Economics 
Award given each year to a deserving freshman who 
has attained a high scholastic average. 

The Home Economics department includes nearly 
450 women, all of whom are welcomed into the 
club to join with others of similar interests. 



TOP ROW: Collene King, Barbara Harris, Joyce Miller, Jacqueline Riddle, 
Rachel Schauer, Dorothy Richardson, Alice Dittmer, Carolyn Burkybile, Wilma 
Hall, Sharon Kendall, Patricia O'Kain, Donna Dearth, Brenda Mallicoat, 
Nancy Anderson, Marilyn Stillens, vice president; Kathleen Cegielski, Pa- 
tricia Johnston, Polly Frederking, Roberta Harrison, Susan Kiddoo, Frances 
LaFont, advisor THIRD ROW: Carol DeVries, Marilyn Brinck, Marjorie 
Vaninger, Jule Miller, Sandra Cording, Mary Fulcher, Audrey Doyle, Janet 
Spears, Sharon Wineland, Lily Bao, Sylvia Douglass, Elizabeth Gaede, Alice 
Williams, Carol Nesheim, Suzanne Sprinkle, Margaret Hays, Nancy Ellett, 
Elaine Miller, Cecilia Shepard, Joyce Nies, treasurer SECOND ROW: Wilma 



Beall, Alice Carstens, Susan Clark, Sandra Parker, Linda Marks, Carol 
Roberts, Ann Messman, Karen Brewer, Georgia Anargyros, Margaret An- 
drews, Carol Hamilton, Ruth Seavey, Lynn Missal, Dianna Dunn, Janet 
Tucker, Nancy Maxwell, Roberta Miller, Mary Arganbright, Elaine Yunker 
BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Martin, Linda Turney, Florence Chan, Nancy Phillips, 
Heather Shubart, Betty Salzman, Elisabeth Lloyd, Sandra Danley, Janet Ely, 
Elizabeth Sleeter, Sarah Warren, Sharon Adair, Nancy Mueller, Mary Mc- 
Queen, Vivien Van, Kathryn Alexander, Carol Wise, Marilyn Zonkel, Ramona 
Kochis, Beverly Briggs, Patricia Snow, Ann Humphrey 



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Vance Lausmann, Richard Drzal, Douglas Baumgarten, Lee Slagter, Robert 
Whitworth SECOND ROW: George McCament, David McLane, Delford 
Moerke, George Wenger, Charles Tipton, A'an Smith, David Miller BOT- 



TOM ROW: Harry Elkins, John Neumeister, William Short, secretary; Ronald 
Ehrenhofer, president; Dale Rapp, Thomas Bailey, advisor NOT IN PANEL: 
Harry Filbey, vice president; Robert Ruelle 



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Founded at the University of Southern California 
in 1 929, Alpha Eta Rho is now an international avia- 
tion fraternity. Chi Chapter at Illinois was chartered 
in 1954 and is now recognized as one of the most 
active chapters. The organization bands together 
outstanding aviation students, interested faculty, 
and industrial leaders for the purpose of studying 
the problems of everyday life as influenced by mod- 
ern aviation. 

This year they undertook their most ambitious 
project, the first Aviation Openhouse presented at 
Willard Airport. The event was so successful in in- 
troducing the School of Aviation to high school sen- 
iors that it will be sponsored annually. 



Founded as a fraternity in 1909 at DePauw Uni- 
versity, Sigma Delta Chi in 1960 dedicated itself as 
a professional society of journalists. Men may be- 
come members of this organization by invitation. 

The Sigma Delta Chi chapter has gained recogni- 
tion on campus for its humorous publication, the 
Romut, which comes out annually at Homecoming. 
In addition, the club's activities included meetings, 
at which noted journalists spoke, exchanges, and 
field trips. The Brown Derby Award was given by 
the group to an outstanding faculty member at the 
traditional Gridiron Banquet. Another honor the 
chapter presented was the Outstanding Male Journ- 
alist Award to a student in journalism. 



TOP ROW: John Grady, John Rodgers, Joseph Dominick, Peter Kulzer, David 
Fountain, John McClelland, James Hattendorf, Steven McGill, Kenneth 
Keller, Thomas Girard SECOND ROW: Edward Florreich, William Engel- 
brecht, Joseph Salucka, Daniel Jedlicka, Ronald Greenfield, Fred Bokuniewicz, 
Christian Scherer BOTTOM ROW: Waiter Dondanville, James Flynn, Shel- 




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Edward Ahem, Larry Allen, Arnold Klinsky, Stephen Gurner, David Lange, 
William Peak, Bernard Roscetti, Clifford Scherer, Theodore Sodergren, George 
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Tays, Edward Rice, Michael Lubow, Jay BlomquisI THIRD ROW; Charles 
Stepner, Edward Toppel, Steven Rarnis, Larry Fears, Thomas Tierney, Barry 
Haworth, Willis Greene, Alan Brown SECOND ROW: Prof. Leslie McClure, 



advisor; Donald Jugenheimer, vice president; Jack Riback, president; Charles 
Abrams, treasurer; Mihovil Skobe BOTTOM ROW: Victor David, Leslie 
Golembo, Richard Arroyo 



ALPHA DELTA SIGMA 

Alpha Delta Sigma is a professional fraternity 
composed of men who plan a career in advertising. 
The function of the fraternity is to bring scope 
and realism to the advertising student. Members 
of the society are exposed to young men in the 
advertising world, young people who are not too 
long from the classroom themselves. 

Each semester following formal rushing a pledge 
project is planned to help earn their initiation fees 
and to gain experience in their chosen field. The 
pledges sell space and prepare advertisements. 

The Charles H. Dennis Chapter of ADS is proud 
to claim its fifty-first year of successful function- 
ing as a professional advertising fraternity. 



GAMMA ALPHA CHI 

Gamma Alpha Chi bears the distinction of being 
the only fraternity for women interested in adver- 
tising. Any women interested in this field or a 
related field is eligible for membership in this pro- 
fessional organization. 

The club gives its members practical experience 
and insight into the field of advertising; it also 
provides its members with the opportunity to meet 
prominent men and women in advertising. Planned 
field trips were taken to agencies, film studios, and 
radio and television stations where the girls had 
the opportunity of witnessing advertising at work. 
The club also co-sponsored a fashion show with 
Lewis' Department Store. 



TOP ROW; Patricia Garrison, Susan Eckert, Gail Havlik, Ruth Hanson, Arlene 
Ruksza, Elizabeth Stinson, Carol Keller, Karen Hafstrom, Elaine Hallberg, 
Suzanne Brown THIRD ROW: Ellen Miller, Alice Larson, Janet Crawford, 

Carolle Shotts, Michele Reingold, Lynn Olsen, Carol Hamilton, Gloria Goleas, 
Rosalie Singer, Lynne Knudson, Ann Maurer SECOND ROW: Paula Jam- 
rock, secretary; Barbara Raack, vice president; Patricia Lewis, president; 
Maurine Pacenta, treasurer; Roberta Herbert, reporter BOTTOM ROW: 



Rita Walpole, Mary Kerchner, Karen Kamins, Carolyn Ehrlicher, Clione An- 
derson, Patricia Porter, Judith Keith, Mary Scott NOT IN PANEL: Dr. 
James .Moyer, advisor; Mrs. Belle Zimmerly, professional sponsor; Ronda 
Kerschner, Carol Erwin, Patricia Hood, Pamela Hopkins, Kathleen McLaugh- 
lin, Kay Nelson, Linda Turney, Janet Wendell, Pamela Wooding, Carol Cur- 
ran, Polly Frederking, Luanna Herning, Eleanor Kasch, Leah Kaufman, Anita 
Laube, Judith Miller, Paula Mosher, Julianne Simenin, Barbara Standish 










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James Kadlec, Michael Redemske, Allan Filek THIRD ROW: Paul Schroeder, 
Gerald Tenner, John Sisson, John Ullrick, John Elgin, William Gerrish, Louis 
Davis, Louis Pierce, Richard Buchanan, vice president SECOND ROW: 
Richard Tow^nsend, Marion Thickson, George Luscombe, Daniel Rudman, Roger 



Wesley, James Stev^/arf, Charles Levun, John Crone, Richard Martin, Loren 
Schroll, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: James Moran, Gilbert Johnson, Donald 
Leaf, secretary; Edward Sokolofski, James Walson, Larry Palmerson, Gerald 
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ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

During the past year Charles H. Percy was made 
an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Psi which is 
the oldest and largest fraternity in the area of busi- 
ness administration and commerce. The purpose of 
this organization is to foster research and promote 
advanced courses in the College of Business. 

Membership is limited to those nominated by 
the recommendations of faculty and initiated mem- 
bers. Each pledge class spends one day prior to 
initiation working on a community service project. 

Speakers, luncheons, and field trips composed 
the year's calendar of activities which provided 
opportunities to obtain a better understanding of 
business practices and procedures. 



MANAGEMENT SOCIETY 

Membership into the Society for Advancement 
of Management, a recognized national and profes- 
sional group, is open to students and faculty mem- 
bers who take an interest in management. 

This club strives to stimulate an awareness of 
business problems presently existing by providing 
a practical view of American business. The group 
achieved its objectives this past year through its 
monthly meetings featuring interesting and varied 
guest speakers and several field trips to talk to 
manufacturers in Illinois and Indiana. An all-day 
conference was held where lectures were alternat- 
ed with discussion periods. The club's motto states: 
"The future belongs to those who prepare for it." 



TOP ROW: Paul Mack, Richard Torson, Alan Troxel, Gary Rippon, James 
Purcell, Calvin Laidley, Thomas Weidner, Edwin Page, Kenneth Finley, 
Larry Rosenthal THIRD ROW: Lawrence Mclnnes, Phillio Trees, Gary 
Faust, Kenneth Felsman, Chris Newman, Judy Semradek, Susan Buchler, 
Phyllis McNeill, Marcia Atchison, Doris Cutler, Barbara Mjeller, Jon Barn- 
ickel, Hanna Hamarneh, Daniel Przybylski, Edward Fahrner SECOND ROW: 



Robert Follas, secretary; Hans Zimmermann, Frederick Fisher, treasurer; 
James Semradek, vice president; Leslie Miller, president; Dr. Louis Rago. 
advisor; Joseph Kramer, Patrick McNeill, Lawrence Newm.^n BOTTOM 
ROW: Ronald Kessner, Richard Martin, Leslie Sutton, Stephen Sparks, Wil- 
liam Sugnet, Patrick Kroll, James Framberger NOT IN PANEL: Floyd Flynn, 
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TOP ROW: Gerald Colbert, Robert Vogt, William George, Roger Puta, Roger 
Patelsl^i, James McConnell, Peter McMahon, Paul Petersen, Douglas Wallin, 
Robert Mossbarger, John Kettle, Lawrence Mclnnes THIRD ROW: Ann 
Kalkowsky, Helen Nadel, Debra Hurson, Daviene Hanson, Judith Garrod, 
Barbara Kunze, Sandra Albrecht, Phyllis Blackman, Carol Keller, Ann Schlutz 



SECOND ROW: Victor David, Donald Papirnik, vice president; Jon Fruh, 
vice president; Frances Fitzpatrick, secretary-treasurer; Dr. William Bell, 
advisor; Paul Beich, president; Priscilla Heberer, vice president; Phillip 
Wilken, vice president; Leslie Golembo BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth Rathke, 
Bruce Peters, John Smith, Richard Torson, Donald Nelson, Robert Soifer 



ILLINI MARKETING ASSOCIATION 



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The lllini Marketing Association, largest and 
oldest of the collegiate members of the American 
Marketing Association, celebrated its 25th anni- 
versary this past year. Any student interested in 
the various aspects of the business field can be- 
come a member of this organization. 

The aim of the association is to promote better 
fellowship between business students and faculty 
and to provide students with information about 
the prevailing marketing trends and opportunities 
in the business world. Monthly meetings featured 
interesting discussions outlining opportunities in 
the various fields of marketing, advertising, and 
management led by executives of prominent firms. 



The Gamma Phi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is 
one of one hundred and thirty-six chapters through- 
out the nation organized to prepare students to 
become better business teachers and leaders. Mem- 
bership to this professional group is open to po- 
tential business educators and secretaries. 

This year's program included speakers and dis- 
cussions pertaining to subject matter on what is 
new in business and related topics. 

The big event of the year for the club members 
was the state convention which was held during 
the spring in Springfield. At the convention par- 
ticipants learned and applied leadership ability and 
tested their knowledge in contest work. 



TOP ROW: Mary Kenny, Barbara Brumfield, Donna Drake, Alberta Voigt, 
Judith Kerchner, Gail Stehlik, Donna Harrison, Virginia Scheiwe, Linda 
Nicholson, Marcia Storey BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Wichmann, secretary; 



Josephine Gozdecki, treasurer; Anna Lou Lay, first vice president; Herbert 
Ross, advisor; Carolyn Taylor, president; Nancy Kacena, second vice presi- 
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TOP ROW; L.^ii v^,;,, li^.,^uiLi, Ujmi^I CuLc^.ly, Juliub Monlurdslull ., Jol.ii 

Piekarkski, Daniel Cassens, Terry Stutzman, Carl Henderson, Harry Frisby, 
Mark Wilson, Glen Martin, Kenneth Maurer, William Voyles, Gary Strotz, 
Ronald Otrin, Allan Lhotka FOURTH ROW: Robert Magnuson, Stephen 
Cosgrove, Alan Detmers, Ronald Greenwood, Benjamin Kutschied, Larry 
Marlow, Richard Bennett, Gary Rolfe, Jeffrey Gailiun, Kenneth Blggers, 
William McKibben, James Safran, Larry Forden, Douglas Beardsley THIRD 
ROW; Phillip Poe, Lester Arnold, vice president; Scott Lorenz, Richard 
Carkin, William Jones, James Carter, Tim Cooley, Burns Davison, Jimmie 
Chew/, Richard Mroczynski, Robert Tortorelli, James Henderson, Stephen 



Ricketts, Gerald Nordin, Ronald Rehling, David Ostermeier, Wayne Kammerer 
SECOND ROW: Larry Foster, Paul Sebenik, William Langdon, Joseph Wehr- 
man, Justin Rutka, David Randolph, Stanley Sipp, Michael McCartne, Charles 
Ellison, Frank Burger, William Schmidt, Jerry Beard BOTTOM ROW: 
Thomas Root, Russell Hirschman, Donald Bjerke, Allan Drew, John Fink, 
secretary; John Blum, Steven Blauert, Robert Gregory, president; Kenneth 
Peterson, advisor; James Hauk, Richard Eaton, John Lough, William Lasher, 
Ted Sigtenhorst, Richard Courter NOT IN PANEL: Thomas Specht, John 
Humphreys, John Churan, James Geis 



ILLINI FORESTERS 

The lllini Foresters, initiated in 1958 with a 
total membership of six, presently has an active 
following of ninety students and faculty. Member- 
ship is open to all students in the curriculums of 
forest production and wood technology, the depart- 
ment of forestry faculty, and alumni. 

The club's activities are based on the goals of 
the organization to promote fellowship and further 
professional development. The year's calendar in- 
cluded the freshman bonfire, the fall hayride and 
barndance, Christmas tree sales, and publication of 
the Railsplitter. The organization also participated 
in the midwest forestry conclave and the family 
camping show held in lllini Grove. 



CANTERBURY EPISCOPAL FOUNDATION 

The purpose cf the Canterbury Association is to 
promote worship, fellowship, and the educational 
activities of the Episcopal Foundation among stu- 
dents. Another goal of this group is to promote 
a closer relationship between faculty, staff, and 
students. Sunday night suppers and programs pro- 
vided the opportunity for fulfilling these goals. 

Open to all students, the activities sponsored 
and planned by Canterbury included informal social 
hours following Sunday evening services, picnics, 
and activities. Special programs on the history, 
meaning, and observance of Lent and the sacra- 
ments and a talk on the religious life by an Episco- 
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TOP ROW: Edwin Lewis, Charles Carpenter, Preston Driggers, John Slover, 
Owen Cecil, John Felix-Williams, Michael Ellis, Arthur Kaha SECOND 
ROW: Father Johnson, Richard Saxer, vice president; Charles Rezner, Gary 
Zwicky, Graham Swetman, David Whitney, Lawrence Thebaud, Father Arved- 






son BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Nichols, Mary Brainard, Jill Coleman, 
Mrs. Arvedson, Judith Reynolds, Paula Woods, Joan Hunt NOT IN PANEL: 
Mathew Perrone, president; Dorothy Richardson, Katherine Bailey 



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LeRoy, Martin Hoffman, Gertrude Simmons SECOND ROW: Philip Curry, 
vice president; Nancy Wilbrandt, secretary; Abdillahi Gahnoog, president; 
Alexander Vamoer, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Mohamed Awaleh, Hubert 



Dyasi, Martin Lubin, Benjamir Leshoai NOT IN PANEL: Cedric McCulIoch, 
Ronald Szoke, Richard Hutchinson, Delroy Forbes, Barbara Jones, Sampat 
Barnabas, Paul Scher, Lenore Tenenblatt, Sue Booker, Patricia Tan, Penelope 
Stella, Mary Groth, Benette Rottman, Karen Fugua, Jatjies Donaldson 



COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

The Cosmopolitan Club was founded on the Uni- 
versity of Illinois campus in 1908. The organiza- 
tion's chapter house was located on East Daniel 
Street in Champaign until 1961 when the building 
was sold and torn down. The members are planning 
to build a new and modern home in the near future. 

"Above all nations is humanity." This motto is 
expressed in a spirit of international brotherhood 
and in a high standard of justice between nations. 
Primary among the purposes recognized by the 
members is the cultivation of social and intellectual 
intercourse among the people of many nationalities 
represented on this campus. Promoting scholarship 
and character within the group is also important. 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 

The oldest religious foundation on campus, the 
Christian Science Organization, has just completed 
construction of the newest foundation building in 
the area. Temporary headquarters during construc- 
tion was the campus Y.M.C.A. where the club held 
its weekly testimonial meetings each Tuesday. 

A reception was held at the start of each semes- 
ter for new students and alumni for the purpose of 
acquainting them with the organization. 

The purpose of this group is to give those in the 
college community an opportunity to learn and prac- 
tice the teachings of Christian Science. Any student 
or faculty member who adheres to the laws of Chris- 
tian Science is eligible for membership. 



TOP ROW: Robert Knudson, John Hopper, Jackson Cartter, advisor; Arthur 
Crandall, treasurer; Gary Tibbetts, Brad Evans, Lynn Bollinger, Linda Kelley, 
George Lehmkuhl, Philip Kelley, Neil Peters, Frederick Howe, Hall Virgil, 
Jay Wickum, secretary SECOND ROW: Patricia Tibbetts, Nancy Ellett, 



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Nancy Houston, advisor; Susan Foster, Donna Harrison, Julie Lamps BOT- 
TOM ROW: Robert Cooley, Robert Wall, secretary; Jeffrey Wandell, vice 
president; Behram Schroff, Roy Lundford, Ray Bittle 



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TOP ROW: Michael Wagner, religious co-chairman; Michael Poper, member- 
ship chairman; Rabbi H. Hirsch Cohen, Hillel director; Bernard Woltberg, re- 



ligious co-chairman BOTTOM ROW: Roberta Senn, secretary; Susan Shapin, 
choir director; Rae Telengater, graduate group chairman 



HILLEL FOUNDATION 



McKINLEY FOUNDATION 



As the spiritual home for the students of the 
Jewish faith on the university campus, the B'Nai 
B'Rith Hillel Foundation fulfills the function of 
bringing together the academic life of the student 
with the heritage of his religion. In achieving this 
purpose, the foundation sponsors programs encom- 
passing a wide range of activities. 

The cultural program for 1964-65 consisted of a 
lecture series, a concert of chamber music by Pro- 
fessor Partos of Israel, art exhibits and a weekly 
forum led by Professor Joseph Agassi. Social pro- 
grams included supper socials for freshmen and a 
Chanukah Celebration. In the fall six discussions 
were held on contemporary American Jewish life. 



McKinley Foundation Student Council shares in 
the ministry of the McKinley United Presbyterian 
Church and Foundation which is a member of the 
ecumenical ministry of United Christian Fellowship. 

Through United Christian Fellowship, McKinley 
participated in seminar groups, mid-week worship 
services, and in several retreats at Camp Howard. 
Sunday night supper forums and Monday noon grad- 
uate luncheons were offered, while married couples 
actively participated in the study and social pro- 
grams of Kinley Kupples. During vacation periods, 
a series of study-action seminars and work camps 
were held to acquaint students and staff members 
with the needs that exist in the world today. 



LEFT TABLE: Alice Cortright, vice president; Laurel Spears, Robert Wissell, 
Nancy Stagg, Martin Mullvain, James Ray, Carol Moore, Dr. James Hine, 
advisor; Lowell Peterson, Lawson Lobb, president RIGHT TABLE: Janet 



Williams, Janet Bugg, Lee Pennington, Sharon Shull, treasurer; Larry Hill, 
Lynn McDowell, Catherine Logan, Raymond Norton 



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TOP ROW: Philip McKown, Larry Mears, social chairman; Edward Karl, Cari 
Hale, Gary Kaemper, president; John Harvey SECOND ROW: Carl Reynolds, 
Charles Businaro, Homer Blass, James Swofford, Thomas Mann BOTTOM 



ROW: Gilbert Waud, Janice Cary, Donna Cox, secretary; Karen Brown, 
devotional chairman; Linda Cary, Emily Trovillion 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



BAPTIST STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Baptist Student Union is the link between 
the University student and the church. An execu- 
tive council elected from among the students takes 
charge of the work of the organization. One aim 
of the Baptist Student Union is to help freshmen 
in their adjustment to university life. All new 
freshmen are visited by upper classmen to encour- 
age them to become part of a local Baptist church. 

Student-led vesper services, designed to help 
students in spiritual attainments, are held every 
Monday through Thursday. "International Night," 
where students from foreign lands are guests at a 
banquet, and a Fourth of July picnic gave foreign 
students a place in the organization's activities. 



The members of the Baptist Student Council are 
elected every year by student members of the Uni- 
versity Baptist Church. The Council works through 
the program of the Baptist Student Foundation to 
meet the needs of Baptist students on the campus 
by providing Christian education and fellowship. 

Among the regular activities sponsored by the 
Council was the weekly Supper Forum, a Sunday 
evening supper hour followed by speakers and dis- 
cussions. Last year the group planned and spon- 
sored the annual conference of the Baptist Student 
Movement in Illinois. Delegates came from six 
college campuses to attend the conference, which 
had as its theme "Worship in a Secular Age." 



TOP ROW: John Keele, James Skidmore, Flo Anne Fuller, Larry Allen, Elaine 
Yunker, Rev. Samuel Binch, advisor BOTTOM BOW: Charles Brown, vice 



president; Mary Behrens, president; Nancy Perry, secretary-treasurer; 
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TOP ROW: Steven Broquist, treasurer; Norman Petersen, president; Elaine 
Olson, campus worker; A, Roger Gobbel, pastor; William Hamer, vice 



president BOTTOM ROW: Charlene Koski, Janet Winget, Alice Ras- 
mussen, Lorraine Toppe, secretary 



LUTHERAN STUDENT FOUNDATION 



LUTHERAN CHAPEL COUNCIL 



When members of the Lutheran Student Founda- 
tion came back to school this year, they were 
greeted by their pastor and a new Campus Worker 
in a redecorated Center. The only requirement for 
membership in the Foundation is participation in 
its activities which include regular coffee hours, 
the Sunday evening supper club, and an annual 
smorgasbord. A new musical setting for the wor- 
ship service was used several Sunday mornings. 

The Sunday evening and week-day programs, 
which are planned by a student committee, en- 
courage students to look honestly at themselves, 
their faith, and the world around them through 
discussions on such topics as political trends. 



The University Lutheran Chapel and Student 
Center strives to deepen and enrich the lives of its 
students. The Chapel Council, elected every year 
by the student congregation of the church, is re- 
sponsible for planning the services, programs, and 
activities which will accomplish this goal. Life- 
related Bible study, timely topic discussions, in- 
formal dialogue, fellowship, and recreation make 
up a portion of these activities. 

Two important events that were planned for the 
fall semester were the "All Chapel Banquet" and 
a "Big Weekend" at which time well-known the- 
ologians spoke to the group. At mid-year the mem- 
bers dedicated their new Student Center addition. 



TOP ROW: Waldemar Weber, Carl Engel, Marshall Danker, William Kirsch, 
Donald Krumrey, Larry Brandt BOTTOM ROW: Sally Mohr, David Schin- 
goethe, treasurer; Marian Such, secretary; Rev. R. T. Eissfeldt, Roger 



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TOP ROW: Rev. R. T. Eissfeldt, Pefer Liefer, Paul Nystrom, Larry Brandt, 
Gregg Giesler, Larry Kerkhoff, Waldemar Weber, Brian Rape, Jerry Paul, 
Richard Pilz, Marshall Danker, president SECOND ROW: Nancy Krumrey, 
Carol Nesheim, Mary Hackbarth, Katherine Stubenrauch, Marian Buch, Mary 
Kralicek, Paulette Weige, Joyce Juhl, Virginia Wassermann, secretary; Mar- 



iorie Meier, Sharon Huebener BOTTOM ROW: Richard Beitz, Donald Krum- 
rey, treasurer; Eldon Garlisch, DuWayne Martin, William Ford, Paul Jorgen- 
sen, Douglas Waineo NOT IN PANEL: Janis Koester, Janice Markert, 
Barbara Roschke, Doris Stier, Carolyn Lamm 



GAMMA DELTA 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 



Founded 30 years ago to further Christian knowl- 
edge and service, Gamma Delta is an International 
Association of Lutheran students. Upsilon Chapter 
is one of over 1 50 chapters located throughout the 
United States and Canada. 

Weekly meetings were held each Sunday evening 
beginning at 5 :00 with a supper and ending at 7 :00 
with vespers. Programs were varied, ranging from 
recreation and fellowship to lectures and discus- 
sions. Among the programs presented this year was 
a stimulating discussion in which three clergymen 
from other campus foundations expressed the 
various views of "Ecumenicity." Gamma Deltans 
caroled and held their annual picnic also. 



The halls of Wesley echoed with new sounds 
this year — sounds from its new coffee house "The 
Etc." which opened Homecoming weekend. Music 
was often heard coming from the new Arts Room 
which is complete with stereo and records. The 
coffee house serves as a place for warm fellowship 
and fun. 

The student program included weekly Sunday 
supper programs, study seminars, and mid-week 
vesper services. At Christmas time the students 
decked the halls for their Olde English Christmas 
Feast. Another activity which is becoming a popu- 
lar tradition was the inter-collegiate football ex- 
changes with other Big Ten Wesley foundations. 
In addition Wesley joined the ecumenical move- 
ment. 



TOP ROW: Larry Brown, Larry Hardesty, James Gothard, Robert Young, 
Mary Helfmstine, David Baldridge, Elizabeth Stafford, Janet Ransom, Nancy 
Hardin BOTTOM ROW: Cynthia Turley, Marilyn Emery, Virginia Galbreath, 



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John Hillison, vice president; Mary Lou Stokes, president; Kathryn Sundstrom, 
secretary; Charles Goodall, treasurer; Mrs. Gail Reeve, advisor; Roberta 
Harrison, Marilyn Stillens, Patricia Dixon 




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TOP ROW: Robert Woicik, John Connolly, John Matthys, James Planken- 
horn, Richard Stevens, James Lucas, Daniel Hellrung, Robert Prosek, Robert 
Mitchell, Mark Riesenberger, Donald Fredrickson, Martin Zwilling, Paul 
Boehle THIRD ROW: John Winkler, John Calgaro, Peter Horan, Michael 
Baloun, Michael Lops, Dennis Craig, Howard Bushnell, Antoinette Knuth, 
James McKean, Thomas Rhoads, Paul Kuick, Alan Spevak, Michael Fenne- 
more SECOND ROW: Anita Rogers, Margaret Malone, Ellen Connolly, 



Geraldine Gavagen, Janet Tabor, Jeanne Beckemeyer, Penny Quinn, Julianne 
Venckus, Susan Jacobs, Anne Jakes, Margaret Davis, Barbara Flynn, Helen 
Wolf, Maryjane VIk, Mary Borkowski BOTTOM ROW: Father Edvi^ard 
Duncan, Ronald Mrozek, Mary Manns, Julianne Simonin, Shirley Thieda, 
Susan Lutkus, Barbara Varole, Sally Trott, Sue Ohiendorf, Myrna Chong, 
Louise Wolfe, Mary Prosser, Billie Marten, Margaret Howison, Gertrude 
Winkels 



NEWMAN CLUB 



TOP ROW: Martin Zw^illing, treasurer; Father Edward Duncan, Ernest Kleck- 
ner, vice president; Alan Cook, recording secretary BOTTOM ROW: 

Julianne Simonin, corresponding secretary; Ronald Mrozek, president; Mary 
Prosser, historian 




The Newman Club is a national organization for 
all Catholic students on campus. In addition to 
offering activities, Newman Club offers Catholic 
students the chance to become better acquainted. 
The Club integrates all aspects of the student's 
life so that he can become a Christian in the true 
sense. There are three special aspects of Newman 
Club: religious, educational, and social. 

Religious events included a Communion Break- 
fast Dad's Day in addition to daily rosary and 
weekly benediction. One of the main religious ac- 
tivities was the annual retreat, conducted by Father 
Henry McAndle, O.S.A. Educational activities in- 
cluded a series of lectures by well-known clergy on 
topics such as mariology, the changing church, and 
social commitment. The educational highlight of 
the year was the Interfaith Panel Discussion. The 
panel, composed of ministers of the campus 
churches, discussed various views concerning ecu- 
menism. Open houses, coffee hours after football 
games, dances, and a hayride were a few of the 
social activities. Representatives from all the New- 
man Clubs in the state attended the Illinois Prov- 
ince meeting held this year on the Illinois campus. 



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TOP ROW: James Haplafka, vice president; Ray Carson, advisor; Peter 
Trescotf, vice president BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Toy, secretary; Stephen 



Palmberg, president; Mikio Ishimaru, chief instructor; Kokietr Lamsan, 
treasurer 



ILLINI KARATE KAI 

Because the art of Karate makes balanced use 
of the entire body, several universities and colleges 
are recognizing its value and instituting it as a 
course in their departments of physical education. 
At the University of Illinois, the lllini Karate Kai 
was established to foster the development of col- 
lege Karate. For the past two years, beginners 
classes for men and women in Combat-Contest 
Karate have been taught by instructors in the group, 
an affiliate of the famous Japan Karate Association. 

The goal of Karate, a highly-developed fighting 
art, is to strengthen people mentally and physically. 
Its history can be traced back to the dawn of hu- 
man civilization and even today its continued evolu- 
tion may be observed in Japan. A man fully trained 
has normal hands but can smash boards and bricks 
through speed and sheer mental discipline. 




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TOP ROW: Linda Russell, Stephen Brovi/n, John Covell, Daniel Karan, Rich- 
ard Sacks, William Delavan, Robert Anderson, Kenneth Maxwell, William 
Metzger, James Jackowski, Harold Wahle, Elaine Strauss SECOND ROW: 
Roger Frazier, Irwin Koloms, Lawrence Heck, Robert Threlkeld, Richard 
Morrison, Edward Hull, David Watkins, Randall Wflks, James Mukoyama, 



Frank Weiner, Roger Howenstein BOTTOM ROW: Crayton Walker, Mati 
Mikkor, Richard Tale, Eugene Freese, James Kaplafka, Stephen Palmberg, 
Mikio Ishimaru, Peter Trescott, Raymond Toy, Leon Jakobovits, James Doyle 
NOT IN PANEL: James Thompson, Stephen Ginsberg, James O'Meara, Wil- 
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TOP ROW: Marianne Haney, Lynn Goodwin, AAary Ann Auvinen, Rose- 
marie Dietz, Yisela Seehafer, Paula Wosk, Paula Mueller, Lisbeth Sherrick 
SECOND ROW: Don Matthews, Carolyn Johnson, Rachel Marwell, Ardath 
Omer, vice president; Andrea Shulman, treasurer; Janis Stockman, Mary 



ORCHESIS 

Orchesis is an organization on the University 
of Illinois campus for anyone who is interested in 
modern dance. Although it originally began as a 
performing group, at present, dancing skill is not 
a prerequisite for membership. The purpose of the 
group is to provide people of all abilities the op- 
portunity to improve their competence in dance. 
The primary objectives of Orchesis are to effect a 
better understanding of dance, its purposes, and 
the constituents of good modern dance. 

In November, they sponsored a High School 
Dance Day. High School students were given an 
opportunity to study the art of dance and to par- 
ticipate in lessons presented by the Dance faculty. 



TOP ROW: Prof. Donnell Hunt, advisor; Herbert Aden, Howard Keating, 
Steven Johnson, Gerald Grieser, Thomas Hunsley, Richard Crawford, Larry 
Woolever, Gary Webber SECOND ROW: Prof. Gene Shove, advisor; 
Larry Hardesty, vice president; James Behrens, president; Robert Strube, 



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Keating, president; Virginia Lukas BOTTOM ROW: Gloria Myers, Nancy 
Tumavick, Sonya Skaggs, Gail Hetherington, Lisbeth Johannessen NOT IN 
PANEL: Marjorie Rhutasel, secretary; Donna Johnson, Rena Gans, Carol 
Curran, Diana Douglas, Jean Jorgensen 



AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION 
CLUB 

Having been founded in 1960, the Agricultural 
Mechanization Club is one of the youngest ac- 
tively functioning clubs on campus. Students in the 
agricultural mechanization curriculum and others 
who are interested compose its membership. 

Club activities included a fall picnic sponsored 
by the Agricultural Engineering Faculty, a winter- 
izing day for lawn mowers, a tour of a company or 
farm of interest, and a club-sponsored picnic with 
the faculty as guests. Highlighting the year was 
their first Spring Banquet which will be held an- 
nually. The group's first honorary member was 
announced and the award for "Outstanding Senior 
in Agricultural Mechanization" was presented. 



Agriculture Council representative; Mitchell Corbin, secretary-treasurer; 
Paul Benson, reporter BOTTOM ROW: Leonard Lindsay, Edward Butler, 
Raymond Schumacher, Daniel Heltness 





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TOP ROW: David Porter, Raymond Fulkerson, coach; Robert Hulme, Craig 
Greenwood, John Schunl<, coach; Bruce Greenwood, Andrew Stroiny, Roy 
Frazier, Jack Heuerman SECOND ROW: Nancy Mihevc, Corinne Grayson, 
Nancy Naffziger, Margaret Leinen, Nan Clatt, secretary-treasurer; Dale Gutof, 



Lynne Myers, president; Judith Carey, coach BOTTOM ROW: Roman 

Lopatynski, David Stanczak, Henry Karlson, vice president; George Grice, 
Prof. Joseph Wenzel, director of Forensics; Gerald Berthold, Norman Gordon, 
Scott Herrick, Forrest Geiger, Merwyn Hayes, lllini Forum moderator 



ILLINI FORENSIC ASSOCIATION 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



The members of the lllini Forensic Association 
represent the University in intercollegiate compe- 
tition in debate, discussion, and public speaking. 
In addition to conducting public debates both on 
and off campus, the I FA presents a weekly discus- 
sion program over radio station WILL — "The lllini 
Forum." The debaters entered this year's competi- 
tion as defending State Champions of the Illinois 
Intercollegiate League and as representatives to the 
National Debate Tournament at West Point. 

The highlight of the year was the visit of two 
Oxford University debaters who joined two lllini to 
argue the proposition that "even the affluent so- 
ciety needs a welfare state." 



Composed of junior and senior men, professional 
students, graduate students, and faculty and staff 
members, the Illinois Circle of Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa is the only national men's honorary on campus. 
Each year the circle initiates fifteen seniors and five 
juniors into the society. Only those men who have 
maintained a very high scholastic average and have 
performed outstandingly in extra-curricular activi- 
ties are eligible for membership. 

The group is unique in that each year approxi- 
mately five faculty and staff members are selected 
to become members. In this way student and faculty 
leaders are able to meet on an informal basis to dis- 
cuss topics of current importance. 



TOP ROW: Elliot Peskind, president; Francis Jahn, vice president; David 
Becker, secretary-treasurer; Daniel Figert, Lawson Lobb BOTTOM ROW: 
Col. Clair Worthy, U.S. Army; Rev. James Hine, McKinley Foundation; J. 
Fred Miller, Director, YMCA; Dean Allen Weller, College of Fine Arts NOT 
IN PANEL: Robert Adams, Lloyd Ambrosius, Robert Auler, Gordon Bagby, 
Raymond Beazley, Allen Carius, David Downey, Roland Dukes, Roger Ebert, 
Allen Evans, Daniel Figert, David Fox, William Fraser, Dennis Gorman, Don- 
ald Gubser, Joseph Hasman, Theodore Harvey, Owen Hein, Harold Holmes, 



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Robert Hippie, Kelly Hsia, John Jacoby, John Johnson, Charles Kerchner, 
Roland Littlewood, James Martin, Dale Mueller, Gerald Murtaugh, Robert 
Mullen, Richard Murphy, Gregory Read, Clarence Redman, George Redmon, 
John Rosenwald, Steven Sample, John Shay, Gregory Taubeneck, Albert 
Tillman, Glen VanBlaricum, Gary Young, J. Thomas Hastings, Carl Knox, 
Frances Keoning, Lyie Lanier, Douglas Mills, President David Henry, Edward 
Nestigen, Paul ShafFer, Fred Turner, Karl Wallace, Arthur Wyatt 




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TOP ROW; Omojola Ogunlade, Michael Egunjobi, Kwamena Esuon, Augustine 
Okonkwo, Emmanuel Agwuna, Hubert Dyasi, Mohamed Awaleh SECOND 
ROW: George Ojunaga, Eric Mondeh, Richard Oboka, James Aosu, Stephen 



Ejlke, Adegboyega Adewunmi, Ndarake Etuk, Willie Lipato, Ahmed Abdal- 
salam BOTTOM ROW: Beniamin Leshoai, Mohamed Yossef, Kojo Amoan- 
ing, Oredola Soluade, Diane Smart, Evans Fiakpui, Abiodun Odejayi 



AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANIZATION 



COLOMBIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 



The main purpose of the African Students Or- 
ganization is to have a strong body that will bring 
students from all parts of Africa together so they 
will be able to participate fully in campus activities. 
It was the intention of the founders that this group 
would help project the culture of the various African 
countries and would offer students from different 
parts of the world the opportunity to discuss world 
events, particularly those happening in Africa, in a 
friendly atmosphere. 

The organization has fireside discussions about 
once a month where topics of world-wide interest 
are discussed. Another activity of the group is its 
annual dance, "African Interlude." 



Founded many years ago, the Colombian Students 
Association satisfies a definite need among Colom- 
bian students — to help them identify themselves 
by means of the organization while they are in this 
country. Membership consists not only of all the 
Colombian students at the University but also of 
American students who are sincerely interested in 
the people and the country. 

The group's activities are varied according to the 
semester. This fall the association had panel sessions 
concerning social and political-economic problems 
in Colombia today. The organization also partici- 
pated in exhibitions and folklore contests such as 
Copacabana Club and International Fair. 



TOP ROW: Kurt Schenkramirez, Cesar Zamoranoestrada, Lino Duranmazuera, 
Mauricio Garciarodriguez, Benjamin Urrutiareina, Victor Sanchezhuertas, Fer- 
nando Sanchezvesga, Blicstein Coifman BOTTOM ROW: Lana Radle, Henry 



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Camargoroncancio, treasurer; Marianne Cory, Gerrnan Carrlllosarmiento, presi- 
dent; Sylvia Reeverts, Catherine Cortes, Luis Devisechandia, secretary; 
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TOP ROW: Regina Pocius, Irene Large, Ramune Gavelis, Victor Atutis, Joan 
Kuprionis, Juozas Svaras, Virginia Lukas, Izidorius Nausedas, Marija Gavelis, 
Zenonas Slasiuiis, Birute Jasas, John Nalis, Birute Lukasevicius, Mary Burba 
SECOND ROW: Ausra Jurkynas, Dalia Kremeris, Dalia Sulaitis, Dalia Azu- 
balis, secretary; John Salcius, president; Vytautas Palciauskas, vice presi- 
dent; Aurelia Gincauskas, Svaja Vansauskas, Audrone Garbenis, Vida Ripskis 
BOTTOM ROW: Vytautas Lukas, Stanley Jurjonas, Charles Petrauskas, Vitalius 
Benokraitis, Kestutis Kemezys NOT IN PANEL: Justinas Bavarskis, John 



Boguta, Saulius Brazdys, Julia Butkus, Gaja Giniotis, Linas Jurcys, Martin 
Karsas, treasurer; John Kasparat, Alfred Kleinaitis, Irena Kris, Tamara 
Kulikauskas, Rimantas Liaugminas, Irene Marchertas, George Mazelis, Auste 
Paliokas, Ina Pavilcius, Arvydas Paulikas, Christopher Pamataitis, Domas 
Petrelis, Raymond Rackauskas, Saul Rackauskas, Edmund Remys, Nijole Riskus, 
Rugile Rygertas, Zigmas Sadauskas, Dalia Simkus, Alphonse Simonaitis, 
Algimantas Slapkauskas, Ruta Sose, Egle Tumasonis, Otilija Uzgiris, Alvydas 
Vasaitis 



LITHUANIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 



UKRAINIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



The Lithuanian Students Association was found- 
ed fourteen years ago by Lithuanian students who 
emigrated to this country. Most of the members 
were born in Lithuania. The group strives to main- 
tain the Lithuanian heritage and tries to promote 
unity through social and cultural activities. Many 
of the activities follow Lithuanian traditions which 
were engrained in the students during their early 
years in Europe — of greater importance because the 
students are unable to return to their homeland. 

In addition to holding meetings, dances, song 
fests, and campfires, members were also active in 
a Lithuanian folk-dance group which participated 
in many functions, including International Fair. 



The main purpose of the Ukrainian Student As- 
sociation is to generate a better understanding 
and appreciation of the Ukraine and various aspects 
of its heritage among American and international 
students. The membership of the association con- 
sists mainly of students born in Ukraine and forced 
to leave their homeland because of the Russian 
take-over shortly before the end of World War II. 

Keeping in step with numerous activities, both 
University sponsored and independent, the organi- 
zation had ample opportunity to exhibit Ukrainian 
culture — its music, choreography, and craftsman- 
ship. Last year it was recognized as one of the 
three most active foreign student organizations. 



TOP ROW: Olga Dychie, Tatiana Wiwcharenko, Alexandra Szczeblowsky, 
Stephanie Merkelo, Eugene Gratovich, Boris Antonovych, Martha Daczyszyn, 
Tatiana Sasyk, Maria Merkelo, Maria Wojtowycz THIRD ROW: Jaroslava 
Kuchma, Ronald Edwards, Walter Terkun, Henry Merkelo, Frederick Thayer, 
Zenowie Holubec, Roman Daczkewycz, Jerry Merkelo, Kalyna Pomirko 
SECOND ROW: Ihor Kutynsky, treasurer; Prof. Nicholas Britsky, advisor; 



James Foster, president; Prof. Dmytro Shtohryn, advisor; Bohdan Saciuk, 
secretary BOTTOM ROW: Lubomyra Kutko, Lydia Sawaryn, Ivanna Foster, 
Myroslawa Holubec, Roxolana Buraczynska, Helen Saciuk NOT IN PANEl: 
Prof. Basil Dmytryshyn, Alexander Jusefowytsch, Jerome Hanowsky, Michael 
Kos, Paul Sloniowski, Tatiana Suehovy, Harry Rerun, Gv\/endolyn Rerun 




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TOP ROW: Dawn Sayre, Carol Green, Ann Barnas, Ruth Reichert, Sharon 
Seban, Nancy Robey, Janice Sommer, Vicki Vogel, Barbara Millhouse, Jac- 
queline Lewis, Carol Dyer SECOND ROW: AAagaret Strahorn, Helene Bach, 
Patricia Demetrulias, Suzanne Williams; Harriet Daschka, Helen Ragsdale, 



Barbara Smith BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn Ginsler, Barbara Sauerwein, Laurel 
Wineburgh, Woodie Ingram, Sharon Key, Judith Lundeen NOT IN PANEL: 
Sallie Pagels, Sharon Eihausen, Charlotte Kopac, Judith Kreutz, Joan ScotT, 
Cynthia Curtiss, Bettie Hewes, Kaye Shipton, Luanne Thorson 



ANGEL FLIGHT 



About 75 college women who have dedicated 
themselves to assisting Arnold Air Society, pro- 
moting the AFROTC program, creating interest in 
the Air Force, and being of service to the Univer- 
sity community compose this chapter of Angel 
Flight. Being an lllini Angel not only requires in- 
terest in these activities but also the personality, 
poise, and intelligence to make them a success. 

Working with Arnold Air Society, the Angels co- 
sponsor an Arnold Air Society Ball and two "Books 
for Asian Students" drives. Representatives from 
both organizations attend the Arnold Air Society- 



Angel Flight National Conclave and area meetings. 
By sponsoring the Wing Division, offering their 
services at registration, and hostessing for military 
affairs and commissioning ceremonies. Angel Flight 
promotes the AFROTC program. Angels attend 
group parades and also sponsor coffees for the Ad- 
vanced Course Cadets, a tea for staff wives, and 
Blue Yonder Workshop, a special project to intro- 
duce the pin-girls, fiancees, and wives to the Air 
Force way of life. They also hostess at University 
affairs and bring honor by successfully participat- 
ing in mid-western and national drill meets. 



THE ANGEL FLIGHT Drill Team practices in 
preparation for drill meets. 




TOP ROW: Judith Kreutz, administrative ofRcer; Helene Bach, comptroller; 
Patricia Demetrulias, pledge trainer; Sharon Eihausen, operations officer; 
Margaret Strahorn, information BOTTOM ROW: Joan Scott, executive 
officer; Suzanne Williams, commander 




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TOP ROW; James Jackson, personnel; Louis Klockenga, information officer; 
Joseph Chvatal, comptroller SECOND ROW: Hoi\'ard Kotlicky, executive 
ofFicer; James Lange, commander; Michael Dandar, operations officer BOT- 
TOM ROW: Gary AAulloy, administrative officer; Jerry Hacker, chaplain 




AFROTC Cad. Lt. Col. James Lange presents Ma|. General Leo Dusard, 
Commander, Chanute AFB, with the award of Honorary Commander, Arnold 
Air Society. 



JAKE SCHAEFER SQUADRON, ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 



Founded in 1947 at the University of Cincinnati, 
the Arnold Air Society is an honorary professional 
and social military fraternity pledged to further the 
mission, tradition, and concept of the USAF, to sup- 
port airpower and its role in national security, and 
to aid in the development of an effective officer. 
Pledging in Jake Schaefer Squadron is limited to 
outstanding AFROTC sophomore and junior cadets 
with a 3.25 all University average and a 4.0 in basic 
air science courses. 

The Jake Schaefer Squadron is active in numer- 
ous service, special, and social projects. They served 



as ushers at memorial services for President Ken- 
nedy, provided Air Force representation at the an- 
nual Veterans' Day ceremonies, and maintained an 
Air Force exhibit at Engineering Open House. They 
also collected books for the Asian students, pro- 
vided color guards and saber arches for ceremonial 
occasions, and aided the Department of Air Science 
during registration. Various special projects includ- 
ed taking trips to Homestead AFB and Cape Ken- 
nedy and having several expert speakers. Socially, 
they co-sponsored the Arnold Air Society Ball and 
had their picnic at Lake of the Woods. 



TOP ROW: Nestor White, Gale Coil, James Framberger, Louis Klockenga, 
Peter Stanley, Jack Rosecrans, Everett Harvey, Richard Heidenreich, James 
Olson, Larry Simmons, James Shunick, George Coil SECOND ROW: Gary 
Mulloy, James Jackson, Lt. Col. Russell Strange, PAS; James Lange, Capl. 



Lanny Headley, advisor; Howard Kotlicky, Michael Dandar BOTTOM ROW: 
Jon Gross, Reuel Roberts, George Steil, Jerry Hacker, Joseph Chvatal NOT 
IN PANEL: Edward Benson, William Kehoe, Carl Kueltzo, Richard Brueckner, 
James Hacker, Rontild Schuh 




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TOP ROW: Mary Kenny, Dorinda Rodda, Beverly Strange, Susan Keilly, Ann 
Holmin, Diane Posady, Mary Yeager, Janef Neumann, Janet Blumenthal, 
Marlene Peterson, Karen Scamehorn, Carol Boyd, Nancy Scott, Cheryl Krum- 
rey, Joan Brill THIRD ROW: Margo Miller, Catherine Sloboda, Tamara 
Miller, Diane Mitchell, Beth Miller, Pamela Evans, Gayle Cary, Bonnie Nie- 
land, Mary Luckett, Margaret Oblouk, Karen Schien, Vicky Mulberry SEC- 



GUIDON 

The tri-service military organization for men, 
Scabbard and Blade, sponsors Guidon, its military 
auxiliary of select and dedicated women. Students 
are pledged for one semester on the basis of per- 
sonality, poise, ability to converse, and interest in 
the military programs. Membership is open to all 
undergraduate women who have a 3.5 average. 

The members endeavor to support the University 
R.O.T.C. program, develop leaders, acquaint women 
with the military program, and serve the University 
and community by working in welfare projects and 
acting as hostesses for University functions. The 
group exhibits an energetic drill team which per- 
forms in parades and drill meets here and away. 



OND ROW: Barbara Camm, Marilyn Paddick, June Pound, secretary; Carolyn 
Riley, president; Claudia Bird, vice president; Marsha McWilliams, Jerilyn 
Hoffman, treasurer; Pamela Wooding BOTTOM ROW: Laura Lowe, Diane 
Dorsett, Rosemary Nelson, Judith Nash, Charlene Ball, Jo Ann Bargiel, 
Barbara Craig, Barbara Stryker NOT IN PANEL: Judith Robertson 



JUDO CLUB 

The goal of Judo Club is to promote and teach 
the sport in the tradition of the Mother School of 
Judo in Tokyo, Japan — the Kodokan Judo Institute 
The U. of I. club, founded in 1962, has been char- 
tered by the Chicago Yundanshaki, the body gov- 
erning all Kodokan Judo Clubs in the Midwest. 
Club standing and promotions are recorded in 
Tokyo. 

This fall the first class for beginners in Judo was 
initiated by the club. In addition to participating 
in informal meets with Chanute Air Force Base 
and nearby schools and sponsoring intra-club tour- 
naments, the U. of 1. Judo Club sponsors the Mid- 
west Invitational Judo Tournaments. 



TOP ROW: Ralph Clements, white belt; Robert Kubala, white belt; Theo- 
dore Kell, Yonkyu; Steven Micko, white belt; Kathleen Fuller, white belt; 
Peter Johnson, Yonkyu; Mati Mikkor, Yonkyu BOTTOM ROW: Allan Sauin, 
Ikkyu; James Kaplafka, Yonkyu; Dan Cassel, Sankyu; Eugene Wickham, 
Sankyu; Rett Summerville, Sandan NOT IN PANEL: Mark Adams, Tony 
Andrieth, Edwin Baker, Stanley Bressenden, Larry Carrius, Earl Collymore, 
Paul Cuppy, Charles Elmer, Keith Fitzgerald, Larry Forden, Joseph Fraczek, 



Charles Green, Thomas Greenwood, Susan Grinton, Bradley Hedien, Gerald 
Hodgcock, Charles Hunt, Charles Johnson, Sarah Johnson, Mtchaline Kaput, 
Carole King, Carman Miller, Hugh Morrison, Griffin Noble, Harold Patterson, 
Robert Phelps, Michael Redemske, Ellen Rosen, Thomas Trick, Kenneth 
Wenon, George Wilkens, Robert Wright, Sally Zemke, Robert Zwick, Steven 
Shay, David Fontilla, David Schick 




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Cleich, Daniel Milligan, Phillip Wilken, Gary Saunders, Harry HeflFelfinger, 
Marc Moonin, Roger Bash, Michael Hilborn THIRD ROW: Douglas Eden, 
William Locander, James Schelling, David Alexander, Scott Harris, Ronald 
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Felton, advisor; Tom Runge SECOND ROW: Ronald Sargis, Curtis Rosen- 
ireter, secretary; Wayne Eggerf, vice president; Richard Torson, president; 
Robert LoflFredo, senior vice president; Joel Shabsin, treasurer BOTTOM 
ROW: Sheldon Abrams, William Townsley, chancellor; James Yaley, Thomas 
Campbell, Joseph Fruchter, Edmund Hartweger 



DELTA SIGMA PI 

Delta Sigma Pi, a professional business fraternity, 
offers membership to students who attend the 
College of Commerce and Business Administration. 
Relating and integrating the study of the various 
phases of the business field with the actual prac- 
tice of the business world is its goal. 

Activities included professional programs con- 
sisting of guest speakers from all the fields of 
business and several field trips to such places as 
the Midwest Stock Exchange and the Board of 
Trade. The social calendar included a semi-annual 
dance, faculty-student luncheons, and sports ac- 
tivities. Founded in 1922, Upsilon Chapter has now 
initiated more than 550. 



CONSERVATIVE COUNCIL 

Three years ago several conservative students, 
dissatisfied with the liberal attitudes which they 
felt adulterated intellectual discourse on campus, 
formed the Conservative Co-ordinating Council to 
guarantee the student body exposure to conserva- 
tive philosophy. The Council attempts to contrast 
the futility of American left-wing ideas with posi- 
tive aspects of conservatism. 

The student group affiliated with the Council 
is the lllini Conservative Alliance. Some of its ac- 
tivities were a series of conservative seminars and 
two programs on the two party system with Re- 
publican state treasurer William Scott and Demo- 
crat auditor Michael Howlett as speakers. 



TOP ROW: Prof. William Ferguson, Charles Hug, vice chairman; Russell 
Johnson, Curtis Rosemann, Prof. Francis Wilson, Robert Auler, John John- 




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TOP ROW: Jan Bush, Judy Pdyiie, Mdry Koiirad, Sue Friedenger, Sue Biech- 
er, Loralee Greenvyell, Kathleen Quinn, Celinda Pazmino, Luella McCartney, 
Karen Strohm, Jenna Davis, Sharon Sass, Linda Getman, Janet Steggerda, 
June Connelly, Carol Boyd, Ann Barnas, Jo Bargiel THIRD ROW: Judy 
Wikoff, Mary Scott, Kathy Yeast, Carol Reynolds, Roberta Svitaiek, Emy 
Mrknicka, Carolyn Van, Pamela Archer, Enid Stottnup, Sara Thornton, Ruth 
Wene, Marsha McWilliams, Carol Imie, Barbara Guigliano, Mary Jepsen, Ap- 
ril Blake, Linda Fritzen, Tula Vaream, Charolette Ball, Sybill Orne, Sara 



Gillespie SECOND ROW: Joann Hoehamer, Judith Gr.ilidtn, Bdrbara Homer, 
Valerie Tilgner, Joan Plaushines, Janet Belsley, Sarajane McWilliams, Mrs. 
Daley, Mary Beth Bartulis, Margarent Manning, Nancy Yontz, Nancy Hamm, 
Nancy Stern, Gail Sweeney BOTTOM ROW: Sue Oblander, Jane Balgley, 
Ruth Samford, Joanne Ringenberg, Frances Greanias, Elaine Corbitt, Gladys 
Hrudy, Gail Esarey, Sharon Ponder, Jeanne Grabiec, Barabara Roschke, Shar- 
on Home, Carol Larson, Carolyn House, Patty Grant, Carol Steiner NOT 
IN PANEL: Bobbie Giesse, Sorell Hoopes, Karen Kibler 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 



The Alpha Chis have set high standards for them- 
selves, and their efforts were rewarded when the 
Illinois chapter won the National Council Trophy 
for the most outstanding college chapter at their 
convention this summer. Locally, lota chapter won 
the Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy this past year. 

Alpha Chi Omega is also widely represented in 
campus honors, including Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Union offices, and the Junior IF Ball Queen. 

This fall, in addition, the Alpha Chis decided to 
show their gratitude to their housemother for the 
past ten years, Mrs. Grace Daley, by initiating her 
as a full chapter member. 




TOP ROW: Sarajane McWilliams, president FOURTH ROW: Joan Plau- 
shines, treasurer; Mary Beth Bartulis, pledge trainer THIRD ROW: Carol 
Boyd, social chairman; Sorel Hoopes, first vice president SECOND ROW: 
Barbara Homer, corresponding secretary; Mary Ann Jepsen, rush chairman 
BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Giugliano, rush chairman; Nancy Hamm, recording 
secretary; Nancy Steam, house manager; Carol Reynolds, scholarship chair- 
man 




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TOP ROW: Jacqueline Kuhrtz, Joan McGlashan, Terrence Spiegel, Geraldine 
Kelly, Mary Ellen Johnston, Linda Christiansen, Marcia Mayes, Carole May, 
Sandra Kirkby, Janet Lipe, Mary Fisher, Elizabeth Moretz, Marilyn Dvorak, 
Karen Fogler THIRD ROW: Eileen Hanson, Barbara Susin, Mary Oldham, 
Sue Widney, Karen Richter, Brenda Shelton, Patricia Lee, Marilyn Lemke, 
Mary Henderson, Joan Vining, Karen Keller, Janice Walk, Susan Coleman, 
Jo Ellen Karr SECOND ROW: Martha Robinson, Paulette Meyer, Rita 



Ritcher, Rita Fox, Mary Keating, Dorothy Hodgins, Beulah Rebman, house- 
mother; Mary Moretz, Margo White, Sallle Pagels, Judith Lipka, Sylvia Stauf- 
fer, Judith Keith BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Ross, Linda Plattner, Linda Tru- 
lock, Sara Tighe, Judith Kubik, Julie Gray, Kathryn Droba, JoAnn Smith, 
Melanie Wozniak, Nancy Schock, Marika Littke, Margaret Franks, Jean Goed- 
del NOT IN PANEL: Dale Agger, Janice Feaster, Melinda Berg, Kathryn 
Sector 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



TOP ROW: Jo Ellen Karr, house manager THIRD ROW: Rita Ritcher, cor- 
responding secretary; Jan Feaster, treasurer SECOND ROW: Martha Rob- 
inson, social chairman; Marika Littke, recording secretary BOTTOM ROW: 
Mary Ellen Johnston, president; Karen Fogler, vice president 




The Alpha Delta Pis returned to school to find 
new walnut veneer dressers, bookcases, and desks 
in every room. The girls' excitement was carried 
over into campus activities and social events, as re- 
flected by ADPi representatives in Mortar Board, 
Shorter Board, and Torch. ADPis were found in top 
positions on ILLIO, Union, Orchesis, Mu Phi Epsi- 
lon. Glee Club and Cheerleading, and as finalists in 
Dolphin, AmVet, and May Queen contests. 

In the fall the ADPis paired with Theta Xi to win 
first place in Turkey Run. Spring brought the first 
Delta Chi Volleyball Tournament, and Alpha Delta 
Pi proudly displays the first place trophy. 



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There is something new at the Mu chapter of Al- 
pha Epsilon Phi, for there is a brand new addition 
to their chapter house. With a new kitchen, five 
new bedrooms, a recreation room, and an enlarged 
dining area the AEPhis are carrying on their numer- 
ous activities in grand comfort. 

The AEPhis always enter wholeheartedly in cam- 
pus life by taking positions of leadership in activi- 
ties. However, much time is also spent planning 
spring and winter formals and keeping a high aca- 
demic standing. By working together on different 
projects, the AEPhis find that they can accomplish 
a tremendous amount of work. 




TOP ROW: Karyl Schulman, scholarship chairman; Joan SchafFnsr, treasurer 
THIRD ROW: Cheryl Halperin, social chairman; Patricia Schloss, secretary; 
Vivian Feist, house manager SECOND ROW: Carolyn Goldstein, second 
vice president; Marilyn Brown, president BOTTOM ROW: Maddy Berkson, 
rush chairman; Phyllis Beren, first vice president 



ALPHA EPSILON PHI 



TOP ROW: Patricia Lauter, Karen Kronick, Sharon Epstein, Linda Feinberg, 
Susan Wolf, Susan Sandler, Robin Wine, Nancy Adelman, Esta Schwartz, 
Robin Koenig, Davida Moskowitz, Michele Robin, Helene Wiczer, Janet Trock- 
man, Carol Resser, Judith Reiser THIRD ROW: Judith Palast, Renee Carger- 
man, Roberta Garret, Beverly Susler, Gail Frum, Carol Hochberg, Sandra 
Corren, Rise Blumenthal, Anne Simpson, Judith Harris, Isabelle Stein, Roberta 



Baron, Jessica Hilborn, Susan Merlander, Marlene Jacobs SECOND ROW: 
Cheryl Halperin, Patricia Schloss, Carol Goldstein, Phyllis Beren, Marilyn 
Brown, Joan Schaffer, Maddy Berkson, Karyl Schulman, Vivian Feist BOT- 
TOM ROW: Rachel Gelfand, Linda Leavitt, Patricia Guss, Faye Goldfarb, 
Marilyn Marshall, Susan Kamin, Susan Keilly, Erauna Rubenstein 




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TOP ROW: Jacqueline Lewis, scholarship chairman; Nancy Erb, treasurer; 
Mary Lou Dollins, social chairman SECOND ROW: Christine Johnson, re- 
cording secretary; Carol Rickey, first vice president; Sharon Eihausen, activi- 
ties chairman; Marilyn Levan, house manager BOTTOM ROW: Kathryn 
Ginsler, corresponding secretary; Marguerite Condon, president 




Excitement in the house on Lincoln Avenue was 
infectious when the Alpha Gams received the news 
Fijis and Alpha Gams had been one of eight pairs 
chosen to compete in Stunt Show Finals during 1 964 
Homecoming. It was the second year in a row that 
Alpha Gamma Delta had survived the torrid contest 
rivalry to present the most imaginative and accom- 
plished skits on campus and had gained the honor 
of becoming a finalist in Stunt Show. Since Stunt 
Show is an important and unique feature of an Illi- 
nois Homecoming, the Alpha Gams had good reason 
to be proud of their achievement, and the hours of 
practice were well worth the effort they involved 
when the participants captured a coveted trophy. 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



TOP ROW: Marilyn Paddick, Jane Arganbright, Marilyn White, Diane Wilson, 
Mary Hooper, Mary Shirley, Patricia Rabbe, Kathryn Leonard, Lynda Dauten- 
hahn, Jacquelyn Warner, Jill Forsell, Sharon Eihausen, Jill Dorney, Mflry 
Heeren, Karen Thomas, Elizabeth O'Nan, Janet Day THIRD ROW: Joan Ward, 
Judith Reider, Claudia Bird, Marianne Digiacomo, Nancy Phillips, Clara 
Doyle, Sylvia McClintock, Marilyn Watson, Judith Farley, Patricia Walker, 



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Jill Haas, Jo Alberts, Elaine Morse, Kathleen Dennis, Susan Williams, Linda 
Dolenak, Mary O'Hern SECOND ROW: Denise Degraff, Sandra Womacks, 
Mary Dollins, Jacqueline Lewis, Marilyn Levan, Mrs. Bledsoe, Marguerite 
Condon, Carol Rickey, Kathryn Ginsler, Christine Johnson, Nancy Erb, 
Melodee Gallik BOTTOM ROW: Synthia Lampley, Luanne Thorson, Diane 
Reed, Beverly Strange, Nancy Scott, Patricia Turk, Maureen Bersell 



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TOP ROW: Charlotte Ward, Dolores Brown, Gwendolyn Robinson, Patricia 
Jones, Janice Jones, Alexis Ellis, Sondra Lawson SECOND ROW: Barbara 
Holt, Regina Jones, Robbery Tipton, Elinor Wallace, Judy Upshaw BOT- 



TOM ROW: Charlene McGee, Barbara English, Carolyn Jones, Sylvia Stafford, 
Jennifer Jones 



ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 



Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
was founded on this campus in 1913. Since that 
time the goals of its members have been high schol- 
arship and social and cultural advancement. 

The social events of the year included a formal 
and caroling at Christmas time and another formal 
to welcome the spring season. A "Can Party," re- 
quiring each guest to donate a can of food for a local 
orphanage, was given by the pledges. 

The AKAs were also active on campus in organ- 
izations such as the Young Democrats. As a special 
house project, all girls gave a few hours of their time 
each week reading to a blind student. 




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TOP ROW: Dolores Brown, corresponding secretary; Regina Jones, treasurer; 
Elinor Wallace, vice president; Robbery Tipton, president; Judy Upshaw, 
recording secretary BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Holt, house manager; Charlotte 
Ward, rush chairman; Sondra Lawson, dean of pledges 




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TOP ROW; Lynne Knudson, Candace Arthur, Bonnie Kohlenberger, Susan 
Pfeifer, Pamela Evans, Roberta Dimmer, Judy Demkovich, Carol Zralka, 
Randa Nusbaum, Jane Stansell, Mary Beth Trinen, Sue Ellen Schmelzle, AAary 
Beth Mitrik, Carolyn Olsen, Janet Wagner, Helen Bullamore, Donan Innis, 
Wanda Roberts THIRD ROW: Vonne Lee Johns, Nancy Martin, Susan Eshel- 
man, Geraldine Cavagan, Jane Morrison, Maureen Dupatz, Barbara Klein, 
Merrilee Waltz, Marilyn Suhajda, Claire Burlew, Jule Miller, Mary Phebus, 



Patricia Faust, Nancy Schick, Jeanette Sweney SECOND ROW: Barbara 
Black, Ellen Mieszala, Mildred Vrhel, Beverly Grassi, Judith Rupp, Marilyn 
Swartz, Mrs. Norma Gosrisch, Judith Lundeen, Nancy Odchodnicky, Beatrice 
Ennett, Marsha Freeman, Pamela Wooding BOTTOM ROW: Mary Doman, 
Auga Roberts, Patricia Hood, Karen Hinsha«/, Catherine Shaw, Judith Stein- 
man, Toni Trueblood NOT !N PANEL: Nancy Tenicki, Anita Schlier 



ALPHA OMICRON PI 



TOP ROW: Jule Miller, scholarship chairman; Pamela Wooding, rush chair- 
man THIRD ROW: Judith Lundeen, activities chairman; Mary Doman, first 
vice president; Merrilee Waltz, treasurer; Beverly Grassi, corresponding sec- 
retary SECOND ROW: Beatrice Ennett, pledge trainer; Marilyn Swarlz, presi- 
dent; Patricia Hood, house manager BOTTOM ROW: Helen Bullamore, 
social chairman; Mildred Vrhel, recording secretary 




The AOPis started the fall with a flourish of en- 
thusiasm and captured the Grand Prize Trophy of 
Stunt Show with their Acacia partners in their en- 
actment of "Happiness is Dogpatch, U.S.A.," which 
was presented Homecoming weekend. As in the 
past, the girls continued to display their many tal- 
ents by participating in a wide variety of activities 
throughout the year-long social whirl. 

Being sports-minded, the AOPis again paired in 
Turkey Run with a fraternity. During the last two 
years they have captured first place honors, which 
include a trophy and a turkey. 

The highlight of the social calendar was their 
Spring Formal presented with Delta Gamma. 




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Through friendship and many common interests, 
the members of Alpha Phi enjoy working together 
to achieve high social and scholastic goals. Diligent 
study was rewarded when Alpha Phis were selected 
for scholastic honors. 

But college is not all work. The Christmas orphan 
party, tea dance, and the Syracuse Triad added 
sparkle to the college lives of the Phis. The Alpha 
Phis were especially proud of their sisters who were 
chosen to be Miss Photo Flash, Miss Illinois Amvet, 
Dream Girls of Theta Chi and Sigma Pi, and the 
Glee Club president. Even more important than the 
honors were the friendships, the working together, 
and the fun the Phis shared. 




TOP ROW; Vicki Vogel, second vice president; Nancy Thorp, social chair- 
man; Ann Karlen, activities chairman; Karen Bend, treasurer SECOND ROW: 
Mary Bane, recording secretary; Lucy Becker, first vice president BOTTOM 
ROW: Susan Gerfen, president 



ALPHA PHI 



TOP ROW: Joyanne Loquist, Bonnie Scamehorn, Carole Stanley, Elizabeth 
Jupp, Jamie Sanders, Patricia Dewey, Veronica Beutler, Barbara Martin, 
Barbara Sigtenhorst, Elaine Haertel, Carol Farina, Barbara Craig, Daviene 
Hanson, Carol Mekkelson THIRD ROW: Peggy Fatura, Karen Bend, Donna 
Riemensnider, Linda Howell, Bonnie Ramond, Janice Sommer, Barbara Guill, 
AAary Yeager, KatherJne Gore, Ann Karlen, Barbara Fox, Robin Navin, Kay 
Yoder, Diana Mitchell, Nicole Bouxsein, Pam Williams, Victoria Gore SEC- 



OND ROW: Jean Gilmore, Jacqueline Gee, Nancy Thorp, Marlorle McCaw, 
Mary White, Lynn Mitchell, Lucy Becker, Mrs. Bernlce Harlin, Susan Gerfen, 
Mary Bane, Lenice Colangelo, Joyce Hagen, Glenna Brown, Joan Misch 
BOTTOM ROW: Trudi Bauer, Mary Jupp, Vicky Mulberry, Diane Magliochetti, 
Katherine Becker, Judith Stewart, Lois Davis, Jane Letsinger, Joan Brill, 
Ruth Watson NOT IN PANEL: Vicki Vogel, Alice Larson 




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INSIDE ROW: Barbara Kunze, treasurer; Mariella Lansford, recording secre- 
tary; Marian Pepper, pledge trainer; Judith Prentice, vice president; Kathryn 
Christ, president, Virginia Lansford, co-house manager OUTSIDE ROW: 
Diane Bedal, quill chairman; Sandra Wilham, co-house manager; Sharon 
Stark, social chairman; Mary Bock, activity chairman; Mary Scheppach, schol- 
arship chairman; Margot Carlburg, membership chairman 




Social life, activities, and scholarship were high- 
lights in this year with Alpha Xi Delta. The return 
to campus found the "Fuzzies" busily practicing 
Stunt Show and building a homecoming float with 
the AGRs, who also lent their support to the Alpha 
Xi's four Dolphin Queen finalists. 

"Christmas comes but once a year," and the 
Fuzzies celebrated with the traditional informal 
using a ski sweater theme. Climaxed by the ap- 
pearance of Santa Claus with a stocking for each 
date, the evening was one of old-time festivity, in- 
cluding a gift for everyone. Rounding out the Al- 
pha Xi's year were the fraternity exchanges, the 
Rose Formal in the spring, and the Alumnae tea. 



ALPHA XI DELTA 



TOP ROW: Janet Schaub, Mary Ann Bock, Gunilla Breniser, Julaine Chris- 
topher, Sally Johannes, Sandra Borgen, Peggy Hettinger, Ann Humphrey, 
Kendra Barragree, Diane Keller, Faraday Fett, Sally Mohr, Barbara Kunze 
THIRD ROW: Sharon Stark, Mary Scheppach, Ruth Knupp, Diane Bedal, 
Carolyn Elmquist, Bonnie Goskusky, Arlene Wessberg, Margaret McMichael, 
Marian Pepper, Diane Gladish, Mary Bertoglio, Marcia Swengel SECOND 



ROW: Susan Rothrock, Sandra Barnstable, Margaret Chervirin, Kathryn Christ, 
Mrs. William Rice, Judith Prentice, Ann Leman, Virginia Lansford, Mariella 
Lansford BOTTOM ROW: Suzanne LaBelle, Sharon Key, Carol Ross, Margot 
Carlburg, Sandra Wilham, Elisabeth Stolz, Ellyn Sistrunk, Bonnie Lambert 
NOT IN PANEL: Shelby Mundsinger 





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TOP ROW: Suzanne Veach, Ellen Oravec, Lois Wright, Judith Parkinson, 
Joelle Galle, Sue Prince, Patricia Pierre, Ann Holmin, Lynne Williams, Nancy 
Patterson, Martha Ellertson, Fleury Viger, Elizabeth Sandburg THIRD ROW: 
Susan Harrison, Theodosia AAann, Margaret McPherson, Tamara Miller, Tam- 
ara Dazey, Mary Ann Kelly, Judith Kreutz, Roberta Short, Carol Flatness, 
Joann Powell, Jerilyn Hoffman, Bonnie Bogenholm, Carla Wander, Suzanne 
Fischer, Linda Ligon, Judith Becker, Beth Rittenhouse SECOND ROW: Carol 



Geppinger, Susan Ross, Joan Tate, Jene Fischer, Patricia Bauer, Judith Viere, 
Mrs. Ross, Jane Phillips, Linda Massock, Barbara Eichin, Sharon Stewart, 
Linda Stephenson, Patricia Demetrulias, B'Ann Miller, Anita Kull, Barbara 
Hill, Rita Walpole BOTTOM ROW: Carol Bawdin, Rosemary Walton, 
Maureen O'Brien, Barbara Baker, Sheila McFalls, Ruth Linsky, Mary Dekan, 
Roberta Roth, Judith Henderson, Sandra Smith, Janet Kinderman, Donalda 
Ellek, Nancy Burnett, Linda Hamilton 



CHI OMEGA 



High scholarship, close house unity, and partici- 
pation in campus activities were three goals 
achieved by the Chi Omegas last year. Scholastic- 
ally, the Chi Omegas remained in the first quartile 
of the Panhellenic house averages. And while main- 
taining high scholarship, the Chi Omegas were very 
much a part of campus activities through participa- 
tion, leadership, and enthusiasm. In order to 
achieve greater unity and insight, the Chi Omegas 
participated on both the state and the national 
level conventions. The ideas and knowledge gained 
at the conventions served as the influence for the 
U. of I. chapter this year. 



TOP ROW: Patricia Bauer, pledge trainer; Judith Kreutz, personnel chair- 
man; Joan Tate, rush chairman; Anita Kull, secretary; Barbara Hill, social 
chairman BOTTOM ROW: Jane Phillips, president; Carol Geppinger, vice 
president; Sharon Stewart, rush chairman; Barbara Eichin, treasurer 




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TOP ROW: Joan Kalmanek, Betsy Mitchell, Nancy Vosyka, Erika Busck, Vicky 
Snyder, Ann Yates, Pat Pohlman, Jan Holt, Marthanne Nelson, Bonnie Nie- 
land. Sue Leonard, Carolyn Kerchner, Eugenia Nekrasewich, Beverly Leffler, 
Sue Faldt, Pat Stephens, Jane Rothgeb, Ellen Hutchings, Donna Williams 
THIRD ROW: Karen Katilius, Carol Burger, Roberta Zemke, Greta Gustafson, 
Judy Hinrichs, Kathy Stephen, Lynn Bowser, Nancy Robey, Mary Wens- 
kunas, Jane Young, Kathy Frothingham, Nancy Smith, Mary MafFia, Pat Meyer, 
Nancy Weytkow/, Joyce Berggren, Joanne Keltner, Sharon Grund, Carol 



Fenner SECOND ROW: Nancy Pepper, Sharon Seban, Gail Havlik, Dawne 
Wood, Enid Boersma, Terri Connor, Mrs. Mapes, Jennie Petrarca, Suzanne 
Williams, Mary Racki, Rita Bell, Kaye Kittleson, Marilyn Becke BOTTOM 
ROW: Dorothy RoufFa, Florence Oedzes, Marilyn Buck, Carol Trimble, Nancy 
Ellett, Meta Rademaker, Bonnie Keys, Cindy Connor, Marian Hull, Sue Reed, 
Ram Mott, Jan Zimmerman NOT IN PANEL: Janet Helwig, Suzanne Kinder, 
Kathy Pobanz, Mary Siegrist 



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LEFT TO RIGHT; Kathy Pobanz, social chairman; Dawne Wood, scholarship 
chairman; Terri Connor, vice president; Jennie Petrarca, president; Enid 
Boersma, house manager; Erika Busck, treasurer; Vicky Snyder, rush chairman 




Tri Delta enjoyed another successful year which 
included all aspects of college life. In scholarship, 
Tri Delta ranked in the first quartile for the thir- 
teenth consecutive semester. To show mental 
prowess, Tri Delta entered the Greek Week Col- 
lege Bowl and won the sorority division. 

The Tri Delta's, along with their DU partners, 
also earned the honor of being in the Stunt Show 
finals presented Homecoming weekend. 

The annual Pansy Breakfast was held in May at 
the lllini Union. This favorite Tri Delta tradition 
includes a breakfast and bridal fashion show in 
honor of all senior engaged sorority women. 




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paint and newly trimmed bushes, welcomed an ex- 
citing fall this year. The Delta Gamma's had four 
of the Dolphin Queen Finalists, a member of the 
Homecoming court, and a successful pairing with 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon in Stunt Show Finals. The 
other activities of Homecoming, Dad's Day, and 
Greek Week kept each girl busy as the two Delta 
Gamma cheerleaders helped to spur the Mlini on to 
victory. 

Hand in hand with activities was a busy social 
schedule. An informal dance, a winter formal, and 
an annual stocking party found the DG's taking en- 
joyable breaks from their studying. 




TOP ROW: Mary Beth Thompson, treasurer THIRD ROW: Ruth Reichert, 
president; Jo Wedler, pledge trainer BOTTOM ROW: Dawn Sayre, stand- 
ards board chairman; Nancy Link, administrative assistant; Suzanne Riedel, 
house manager; Barbara Standish, rush chairman 



DELTA GAMMA 



TOP ROW: Marcia Story, Carolyn Nickols, Dawn Sayre, Mary Beth Thomp- 
son, Donna Draper, Donna Ware, Sandra Smith, Linda Swinehart, Nancy 
Sjostrom, Marilyn Drolen, Marcia Riedel, Sue Riedel, Patricia Mrozek 
THIRD ROW: Sally Smith, Marcia Suderman, Nancy Groene, Virginia Prieve, 
Linda Kuroda, Nancy Link, Pamela Lackner, Susan Smith, Barbara Standish, 
Kathleen Sheahen, Virginia Irwin, Barbara .lohnson, Janet Forsgren, Caria 
Strohmeyer, Diane Banovich, Sally Temple, Elissa Feickert SECOND ROW: 



Jo Wedler, Susan Gresens, Heather Kinsey, Martha Morris, Ruth Reichert, 
Mrs. Evelyn Penningroth, Sigrid Wohlrab, Carolyn Fults, Barbara Stokes, 
Dolores Geske, Judith Benoit BOTTOM ROW: Donnajean Flohr, Jane Harris, 
Kathryn McGoon, Gretchen Petersen, Wilma Zavrel, Jean Hartman, Kathleen 
Mego, Patricia Palmer, Joann Randies, Jane Hurd, Barbara Standish NOT 
IN PANEL: Margaret Strahorn, Charlotte Dallach, Joanne Finley, Jan Crawford 




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TOP ROW: Helene Shore, first vice president; Marsha Silverman, second vice 
president; Lois Feldman, junior council member BOTTOM ROW: Carol Rosen- 
bloom, secretary; Georgiana Chapman, president; Susan Wershkoff, treasurer 




The joint house dance with a fraternity high- 
lighted the year for the Delta Phi Epsilons. For 
the dance, based on a Hollywood theme, the house 
was decorated with cardboard figures, several neon 
lights, and a long red carpet leading inside. The 
decorations and costumes provided the appropriate 
atmosphere to make the dance a memorable one. 

At the end of the spring semester, the girls of 
Delta Phi Epsilon celebrated by giving the annual 
senior banquet. It was at this time that the juniors 
presented short skits for the graduating seniors. In 
addition to this, awards were presented and refresh- 
ments were served. 



DELTA PHI EPSILON 



TOP ROW: Joan Beckerman, Bette Prival, Roberta Port, Susan Cohen, Joan 
Kroichick, Suzanne Lasky, Jacqueline Brodsky, Sharon Rosenband, Ann 
Schack, Judith Glickman, Holly Brown, Aris Baum, Freddie Barken THIRD 
ROW: Susan Schiff, Barbara Rodell, Bonnie Cohen, Kaleta Stein, Sandra 
Karl, Judith Monarch, Jacquie Milton, Susan Perlin, Barbara Sv^/artz, Sherry 



Brenner, Sherry Kolb, Marcey Cutler SECOND ROW: Janice Danoff, Susan 
WershkofF, Marsha Silverman, Georgiana Chapman, Aunt Rosalie, Helene 
Shore, Carol Rosenbloom, Lois Feldman, Cindy Wax BOTTOM ROW: Betty 
Stone, Susan Langson, Maria Udolph, Idene Mikell, Paulette Lapin, Jill 
Benjamin, Patti Bell, Tamra Schubert NOT IN PANEL: Rosalind Ruvinsky 



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TOP ROW: Claire Williams, Gayle Hawkinson, Connie Vancleave, Diana 
Price, Barb Sauerwein, Elaine Sons, Jan Oslrand, Eleanore Schreiner, Sue 
Magnuson, Joan Warmbold, Sue Post, Sharon Hull THIRD ROW: Sue 
Se-itz, Shirley Kurtz, Connie Ambrose, Judy Hilger, Jan Larson, Delores 
Lewin, Pam McAfoos, Dawn Holman, Chris Kuper, Sarah Glidden, Mary 
Coughlin, Marilyn James, Pam Liberia SECOND ROW: Diana Winter, Rita 
Gerhart, Janet Culbertson, Linda Lovested, Gay Glenville, Sue Larson, Mrs. 



Elsie- Donnelly, Hilda Weeks, Jan Vespa, Judy Lata, Karen Evans, Mary 
Demas BOTTOM ROW: Jean Warmbold, Diane Niemeyer, Honoure Hilgen- 
berg. Barb Walters, Sheri Fellin, Carolyn Traub, Carol Erwin, Sandy Floreth, 
Sue Prawl, Kathy Kvarda, Mary Digman NOT IN PANEL: Ann Cervera, 
Phyllis Oberhofer, Jane Hudson, Mary Grotewald, Linda Berglund, Helen 
Ragsdale, Michelle Hubert, Marsha Willkison 



DELTA ZETA 



The DZ's returned to campus this fall full of en- 
thusiasm for another successful year in scholarship 
and activities. The DZ's honor their activity- 
minded girls each month by citing two of the girls 
for outstanding chapter and campus activities, stim- 
ulating internal competition. 

Having placed in the first quartile in sorority 
scholastic competition, the DZ's always have well 
attended scholarship dinners. Each year the alums 
give a party honoring the pledges and a buffet to 
honor ail chapter members. 

To climax the year the DZ's give their annual 
traditional Rose Formal, at which they crown their 
ideal Delta Zeta Dream Man. 




TOP ROW: Sharon Hull, standards chairman; Sue Larson, rush chairman; 
Claire Williams, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: Jan Vespa, treasurer; 
Linda Lovested, recording secretary; Hilda Weeks, president; Judy Lata, 
scholarship chairman; Gay Glenville, pledge trainer 



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TOP ROW: Mary Hughes, Erana Weiss, Carole Evers, Nancy Wolfe, Eliza- 
beth Hu, Susan Sheldon, Pat Tebussek, Claudia Austin, Lauren LafFerty, 
Marge Hinton, Margaret Slack, JoAnn Gerdes, Jane Mraz, Judith Agazzi, 
Diane Ruhl, Virginia Harrison, Cynthia Brenna, Mary Pieper THIRD ROW: 
Jeanne Hemphill, Karen Kanady, Martha Glennon, Kathleen O'Connor, Judith 
Kelley, Nicki Mulford, Carolyn Riley, Cheryl Christ, Mary Holcomb, Ann 
Kimbell, Nancy Kraft, Sally Eastland, Doris Dayton, Maureen Verber, Rose 



Raiiney, Nancy Ewing, Diana Innnan, Sally Rudberg SECOND ROW: 

Nancy Bolick, Marijo Nepote, Frances Voris, Rosemary Tourney, Nancy Kacena, 
Mrs. Juanita Scott, Barbara Geiser, Joann Caiek, Barbara Johnson, Charlotte 
Kopac, Linda Rigor, Donna James BOTTOM ROW: Jeanne Lillard, Sharon 
Ray, Julie Swedberg, Gunta Lapse, Judy Schaffer, Cheryl Caise, Julie John- 
son, Julia Hodson, Beverly Janowsky, Nancy Merret NOT IN PANEL: 
Margaret Knight, Linda McCollom, Donna Hine, Sarah Smith 



GAMMA PHI BETA 



TOP ROW; Barbara Geiser, president; Nancy Kaceno, rush chairman; Sally 
Eastland, pledge trainer; Marijo Nepote, standards chairman; Nancy Wolfe, 
house manager BOTTOM ROW: Francis Voris, scholarship chairman; Claudia 
Austin, corresponding secretary; Pat Tebussek, efficiency chairman; Sue 
She'don, treasurer; Virginia Harrison, social chairman 




Welcoming all of the Gamma Phis back to school, 
Mrs. Juanita Scott, housemother, proudly exhibited 
a completely redecorated house to her girls. As 
they brought in their luggage, she fondly warned 
them, "Hands off the walls." 

The earliness of homecoming intensified stunt 
show practice, but hard work was overlooked when 
Gamma Phi and Sigma Nu became one of the eight 
finalists. Other activities included campaigns for 
their Homecoming Queen finalist and participation 
in the annual Dolphin Shows. 

For their third consecutive semester the G Phi 
Bs ranked scholastically in the first quartile. 




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This fall, the lotas celebrated their ten year anni- 
versary on the University of Illinois campus. The 
festivities began with the honor of having an Uni- 
versity of Illinois lota selected as National Out- 
standing lota of the Year. 

Christmas brought back the anticipated tradition 
of the yearly party which the lotas and the Theta 
Xis give for the children in a neighboring orphan- 
age. Complete with a Theta Xi Santa Claus, the 
group trimmed the tree and then played games. 
After refreshments were served, Santa Claus made 
his grand appearance by distributing toys amid the 
children's shouts of joy. 




TOP ROW: Penny f-rsher, bursar; Myrna Evans, chancellor; Beverly Rosen, 

second vice chancellor; Diane Layden, rush chairman BOTTOM ROW: 

Cheryl Kenis, social chairman; Esther Shenberg, house manager; Renee 
STulman, first vice chancellor; Suzi Penn, scribe 



IOTA ALPHA PI 



TOP ROW: Judith Freiberg, Karen Silvers, Michele Mandell, Marilyn Burns, 
Chari Berger, Marlene Blumenthal, Susan Isoe, Janice Kanefield, Shari 
Jacobson, AAarlene Greenberg THIRD ROW: Jane Siegel, Janice Har- 
wood, Michele Reingold, Joy Berkenstadt, Blossom Alex, Judith Landes- 
man. Randy Rosner, Anne Cohen, Lenore Gvirtz, Leah Kaufman, Carol 
Louis, Deana Peckler, Denise Hoffman SECOND ROW: Esther Shenberg, 



Suzzi Penn, Beverly Rosen, Myrna Evans, Mrs. Arahbell Conlee, Renee 
Stulman, Penny Fisher, Cheryl Kenis, Diane Layden BOTTOM ROW: Karen 
Marks, Barbara Heller, Fernellen Mann, Renee Reese, Barbara Weinstien, 
Rita Rifken, Audre Ludin, Sandra Stein, Rhonda Kramer NOT IN PANEL: 

Gail Mark 





TOP ROW: Linda Dixon, social chairman; Sara Fisher, scholarship chair- 
man SECOND ROW: Demaris Walton, vice president; Judith Robertson, 
vice president; Carol Burgeson, recording secretary BOTTOM ROW: Ann 
Fockler, pledge trainer; Katherine Olmstead, president; Marilyn Culp, 
house manager; Nancy Feuerbacher, rush chairman 



This fall was the first time that the Kappa Alpha 
Thetas could enjoy their "completely finished" 
home, and enjoy it they most certainly did! Their 
newly enclosed courtyard provided a wonderful set 
for serenades, formals, Friday night hootenannys, 
and many other enjoyable events. 

Besides enjoying the traditional Stocking Party 
and Christmas Dance, the Thetas had a special treat 
when the senior class secretly transformed the 
chapter house into a Yuletide wonderland complete 
with Christmas tree, jingle bells, and the traditional 
Theta Santa who made his appearance bringing 
presents and joy to all! 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 



TOP ROW: Deborah Stillwell, Judy Larson, Maureen Buckleh, Jane Kelley, 

Carol Dillsaver, Marcia Williams, Carolyn Newton, Jennifer Smith, Doris 
Walton, Sally Jeffries, Linda Rice, Sylvia Lemen, Diane Thomas, Bronwyn 
Carlson, Charlene Bugeski, Susan Schick, Judith Allen, Janice Bear, Cheryl 
Crabtree THIRD ROW: Sally Pfeifer, Jane Farrell, Mary McCarthy, 
Sharon Noonan, Jeanne Voss, Mary Boothby, Donna Rudy, Nancy Plocar, 
Elisbeth Scanlon, Judith Pietrus, Diane Ellenberger, Marilyn Friedner, Mary 
O'Neil, Carol Meiller, Barbara Vierling, Paula Gottschalk, Ann Checkley 







SECOND ROW: Peggy Boothby, Sara Fisher, Harriet Daschka, Pamela 
Stillv\/ell, Judith Robertson, Carol Burgeson, Katherine Olmstead, Mrs. 
Taylor, Ann Fockler, Linda Dixon, Nancy Feuerbacher, Karen Yakus, Betty 
Didcoct, Elizabeth Brubaker, Helen Chase BOTTOM ROW: Susan Sexton, 
Sherre Shaff, Cheri Siemers, Joann Parrilli, Barbara Herzog, Demaris Walton, 
Marilyn Culp, Susan Davis, Phyllis Frost, Marian Wogulis, Nancy Roberts, 
Nancy Peterson, Madeline Behrens NOT IN PANEL: Karen Dieterich, 
Susan Fockler, Mary Behrens 








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TOP ROW: Barbara Nance, Ruth Kopp, Sheila Porn, Sandra Beck, Tracey 
Evert, Therese Labno, Carol Williams, Phyllis Kopriva, Donna Shuck, Janet 
McFeeters, Phyllis Garbe, Patricie Holmes, Linda Legare, Linda Pazak, 
Anastasia Lambesis, Joanne Grabow, Jean Clinton, Carolyn Rosenberg 
THIRD ROW: Patricia Duffield, Carol Wendell, Joan Southon, Susan Dowell, 
Sarah Morrison, Barbara AAillhouse, Marcia Atchison, Joan Bock, Catherine 
Wit, Jean Porter, Jonlee Nelson, Mary Koeller, Sherrie Hamalian, Carol 



Dyer, Susan Hodge, Valerie Paape, Judith Conroy SECOND ROW: 

Bonnie Bowen, Ruth Siwek, Kay Nelson, Julie Heiple, Mary Luckett, Miss 
Janet Hamilton, Paula Jackson, Rebecca Palmer, Ann Trampe, Kathryn 
Carter, Nancy Breen, Mary Owens BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Brooks, Clare 
Hirsley, Renee Thornburg, Mary McCormick, Patricia KnowskI, Mary 
Andrew, Carol Lucheon, Sarah Aulvin, Judith VonLaven, Marilyn Muir 



KAPPA DELTA 



Kappa Delta fairly bounced with activity this 
year. The theme "Happiness is . . . our most impor- 
tant product" placed Kappa Delta and Theta Xi as 
one of the finalists in Stunt Show. 

As the sorority's biannual convention is located 
in Chicago this summer, Sigma Omicron has gra- 
ciously volunteered its services to act as hostess 
for the national philanthropic luncheon. 

Traditions, also, are an important part of sorority 
life. Each spring KDs hold their annual senior ban- 
quet in honor of the graduation class; with Christ- 
mastime comes the waiters' dinner with the waiters 
as the honored guests. 




TOP ROW: Paula Jackson, president SECOND ROW: Mary Luckett, vice 
president; Kathryn Carter, editor; Julie Heiple, secretary; Nancy Breen, 
rush chairman BOTTOM ROW: Mary Owens, house president; Rebecca 
Palmer, treasurer; Ann Trampe, assistant treasurer 




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TOP ROW: Cynthia Swain, Jenny Jones, Sabi le Mattenheimer, Nancy Bacon, 
Rosalie Fraley, Stacey Ross, Marylea Benware, Susan Lashbrook, Mary Bow- 
man, Glenda Anderson, Marcia Schirmer, Susanna Monk, Nancy Ackerman, 
Sharron Moody, Dianne Pinnow, Karen Corwin, Victoria Frerichs, Virginia 
Brune THIRD ROW: Robin Thibodeau, Constance Mathews, Cathy Sloboda, 
Patricia Hughes, Carolle Shotts, Betty Cocking, Linda Zeiter, Sally Rolle, 
Marcia Clark, Ann Neuman, Mary Sue Wurtzel, Margaret Shultz, Mary Blair, 
Kathleen Byers, Nancy Felts, Suasn Alster, Georgianna Brown SECOND 



ROW: Sheryl Colbert, Judy Steger, Charloite Greco, l:<,ii.iaia Gilkerson, 
Barbara Wilson, Panela Ennis, Kathleen Miller, Mrs. Hurd, Jan Uavies, Robbie 
Swiff, Juanita Marshall, Susan Grinton, Jane Harber, Lynn Campman BOT- 
TOM ROW: Nancy Jo Powers, Patricia Porter, Ann Maurer, Mary Mugg, 
Barbara Stanek, Judi Hannula, Margaret Burke, Marilyn Panella, Rhonda 
DeCardy, Carolyn Weber, Barbara Lovig, Marsha Mugg NOT IN PANEL: 
Sally Frerichs, Ann McKnIght, Barbara Burbridge, Cecily Parker 



KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 



TOP ROW: Kathleen Miller, social chairman; Rollie Swift, vice president; 
Jan Davies, president; Susan Grinton, recording secretary; Juanita Marshall, 
corresponding secretary BOTTOM ROW: Betty Cocking, scholarship chair- 
man; Mary Mugg, treasurer; Barbara Wilson, rush chairman; Georgianna 
Brown, house manager 




If you didn't get "stamped on" as an invitation 
to their Sadie Hawkins dance, or, perhaps, stayed 
home missing the Kappa-Pi Phi "Monmouth Duo," 
then you still couldn't have escaped seeing the ra- 
diant and smiling faces of happy Kappas on campus 
this year. These wearers of the little golden key are 
celebrating their 94th national anniversary this 
year. On Founder's Day they saw slides of their na- 
tional convention which was held at Sun Valley, 
Idaho. One of their charity projects was giving aid 
to two foster children. Thus, Kappa sisters take 
advantage of enjoying and participating within all 
phases of campus life. 




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PHI MU 



The Phi Mu National Fraternity recolonized its 
chapter at the University of Illinois with a tea held 
on March 7, 1965, at the lllini Union. Members of 
the National Council, along with representatives 
from the Purdue University chapter and also from 
many parts of the United States, were hostesses for 
the membership selection tea. The new members 
were formally pledged on Thursday, March 1 1 , and 
the induction of the officers was held on March 22. 
This successful recolonization of the new Delta 
Beta Chapter was due to the co-operation of the 
whole Greek system which promoted the idea 
throughout the entire campus. 

These new members are eagerly looking forward 
to a new addition which should be completed about 
September and will increase the capacity of this 
house to sixty-one. The new wing will be attached 
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Street and will shelter a sunken garden. 

Sigma Alpha Mu introduced the Delta Beta Chap- 
ter to the campus with an open house on March 1 3. 
Exchanges with Lambda Chi Alpha, Theta Xi, Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Tau Kappa Epsilon, and Phi Gamma 
Delta fraternities helped to fill the social calendar 
in March and April. Of course, all these events en- 
abled Phi Mu to look forward to future success. 



TOP ROW: Pamela Lory, Martha Sorgatz, Susan Awe, Suzanne Swanson, Mary 
Szepessy, Georgia Scully, Kitty Kelley, Kathleen True, Karen KresI, Marilyn 
Sindahl, Marcia DeHaven, Sharon Brown, Karen Prosin, Karen Thorns, Caria 
Thomas, Jean Scheltes, Mary Duis, Mary Auvenin, Carol Moeller, Barbara 
Abbott FOURTH ROW: Carol Mack, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Judy Forth, Patricia 
Kaminski, Joanne Hudspeth, Janet Tabor, Katherine True, Susan Eckert, 
Janice Couper, Cynthia Ash, Tamara Kennelly, Jean Kelroy, Janice Ruhr, 
Alane Peterson, Suzanne Olson, Linda Duis, Nancy Krainc, Janice Hacker, 
Nancy Wright THIRD ROW: Charlotte Granger, Kathleen Mellor, Sherrill 
Birkenmaier, Ruth Roche, Jane Hudson, Carol Cooke, Nancy Kintzel, Judith 



Loving, Susan Schroeder, Penelope Fredericks, Sandra Goshgarian, Pamela 
Boehm, Sue Bray, Jane Purcel, Joan Peterson SECOND ROW: Nancy Ninke, 
Sandra Parker, Linda Robbins, Patricia McManamon, Linda Steilen, Susan 
Lane, Arias King, Kathleen Cantwell, Susan Wakefield, Louise Breckel, Lois 
Bright, Pamela Love, Linda Kail, Linda Thomas BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn 
Apfel, Daria Dean, Kathleen Williams, Susan Ketzenbarger, Jane Heininger, 
Sue Egler, Margaret Eschback, Donna Harrison, Janet Baliva, Gail Powers, 
Sherrie Walsh NOT IN PANEL: Diane Meyer, Candy Prather, Carolyn Stiely, 
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TOP ROW: Sharon Kunar, treasurer; Ronny Briskman, first vice president; 
Andrea Groobman, pledge mother BOTTOM ROW: Susan Malis, rush chair- 
man; Merle Dorfman, secretary; Nancy Wolper, archon; Rosalie Singer, mem- 
ber at large 




1964 was a year to remember for every girl of 
Phi Sigma Sigma. Besides working with their na- 
tional to establish a Phi Sigma Sigma chapter at the 
University of Wisconsin this fall, the chapter also 
bought a new hoiise. Spare closet space, a chapter 
room, an upstairs dining room, a trophy room, and a 
recreation room are features that are exceptionally 
attractive to the girls. 

Although the members of Phi Sigma Sigma are 
active in Union events, tournaments, and contests 
sponsored by Panhellenic and IFC, the major goal 
and activity of the house out of necessity is co-op- 
eration with the workmen. 



PHI SIGMA SIGMA 



TOP ROW: Rochelle Jacobs, Susan Rosenberg, Sharon Phillips, Karen Slotky, 
Andrea Simpson, Vicki DuCaine, Roberta Rubenstein, Pamela Siegel, Bonnie 
Pollans, Judith Forman, Bonnie Saltzman, Joyce Witt THIRD ROW: Judith 
Fine, Andra Addis, Sharon Sternshein, Helaine SchafFner, Felicia Sachs, 
Bonny Kahn, Donna Golbus, Susan Friedlen, Nancy Stagman SECOND 



ROW: Diane Berger, Sandra Schanks, Rosalie Singer, Susan Malis, Ronny 
Briskman, Aunt Ruth, Nancy Wolper, Sharon Kunar, Merle Dorfman, Andrea 
Groobman BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Yudofsky, Lana Fishman, Sandra Glad- 
stone, Carol Goldsmith, Carol Cohen, Gail Klapman, Joan Roth, Marsha 
Greenberg 




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TOP ROW: Alice Hale, Jane Iber, Nancy McKinley, Nicki Rappaport, Chris- 
fine Frey, Susanne Glosecki, Susan Hammel, Karen Fischer, Sarah Beekman, 
Jan Koenig, Dorothy Wild, Carol Miller, Lee Kuehn, Deborah Lewis, Sharon 
Hill, Barbara Snow, Catherine Hillen, Joan Scott THIRD ROW: Marian 
Ingersoll, Jcann Weibel, Barbara Gustafson, Joyce Krsticevic, Patricia Hays, 
Sandra Christ, Bonnie Guimont, Patricia Barylske, Barbara Burnside, Regina 
Liessman, Barbara Peck, Georgia Brunner, Diane Bergman, Nancy Wells 
SECOND ROW: Mary Walker, Karen Surgalski, Feme Halleman, Betty Car- 



penter, Gail Veasman, Mrs. Eveline Mumma, Jamie Lualdi, Martha 
Mary Hanford, Sue Yettke, Sandra Rudd BOTTOM ROW: Mary Fai 
Sharon Tucker, Alice Landgren, Margo Miller, Julie Pontius, Tonna 
Suzanne Katovich, Linda Weihl, Anne Borton NOT IN PANEL: 
Morrow, Ann Hopkins, Diane Brinkman, Nancy Marley, Christine 
Mary Read, Joan Dailey, Marilyn Turner, Jane Shuman, Barbara 
Karen Krein, Natalie Yule 



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PI BETA PHI 



"From rocky Maine there's a chain to the golden 
gate afar," sing the Pi Phis, This year the Univer- 
sity of Illinois Pi Phis did much to make their part 
in the chain a strong link. 

They sponsored two formal dances, the first a 
winter formal with other Wright Street houses and 
the second a salute to the Pi Phi Monmouth found- 
ing chapter. Then late in the spring, the sophomore 
class gave the pledges an informal dance. 

An academic as well as a social leader, Pi Beta 
Phi was proud to see their pledge class the second 
highest on campus with a 4. 1 4 grade average. 

"Beta Theta Pi Phi" stunt show cries added just 
one more pleasant memory to 1964-65 for Pi Phi. 



TOP ROW: Feme Halleman, rush chairman; Martha Ward, treasurer; Mary 
Hanford, corresponding secretary SECOND ROW: Betty Carpenter, house 
manager; Jamie Lualdi, vice president; Gail Veasman, president BOTTOM 
ROW: Karen Surgalski, social chairman; Mary Walker, pledge trainer 





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TOP ROW; Ellen Nathan, Ellen Block, Sandy Hindin, Joy Dubow, Marsha 
Schwartz, Lauri Sennett, Gail Mansfield, Judy Weiss, Karen Deutsch, Hen- 
rietta Gerstel, Margie Boonshaft, Arlene Chizewer, Lorna Shepard, Miriam 
Temkin, Roberta Bolon, Marsha Hellman, Hollis Salkin, Donna Sachs THIRD 
ROW: Linda Samuels, Andrea Feltman, Brucene Bloom, Joan Kimmel, Yvonne 
Kunin, Jane Barnett, Lesa Kaplan, Carole Blumenthal, Linda Wexberg, Lynda 
Levin, Marilyn Dekoven, Irene Levin, Deanna Weissman, Terri Wainess, 



Paulfctte Rosenlhal SECOND ROW: Jan Graber, Maxine Ross, Shelie Bauer, 
Nancy Krmn, Nancy Zacharias, Karen Warren, Marilyn Pomerantz, Sue 
Greenberg, Mrs. Mildred Coats, Marsha Goodman, Nancy Stein, Patricia 
Sato, Beverly Goldsmith, Adrienne Gray, Natalie Colitz, Sue Gains BOT- 
TOM ROW: Robin Gaiter, Nanette Kraus, Donna Mendelson, Sandra Sullivan, 
llene Kaylan, Shari Rubin, Sandra Berger, Geraldine Shiffman, Ellen Ender, 
Sandra Lazarovitz, Alexis Migged, Karen Rosenberg 



SIGMA DELTA TAU 



TOP ROW: Marilyn Pomerantz, treasurer; Nancy Stein, rush chairman; Karen 

Warren, house manager; Patricia Sato, pledge trainer BOTTOM ROW: 

Marsha Goodman, scholarship chairman; Sue Greenberg, president; Nancy 
Zacharias, secretary 




Believing in the old adage that all work and no 
play makes dull girls, the co-eds of Sigma Delta Tau 
decided to concentrate on having a good time this 
year. Dad's Day Weekend was, as always, a great 
success with the Dads as well as the girls providing 
the entertainment. In February they did some more 
entertaining as they welcomed their outstanding 
pledge class at an open house. 

The SDTs, in spite of converting their energy 
into really enjoying themselves, were able to secure 
unusually high house averages each semester. Many 
girls were honored at their scholarship banquet for 
having over a 4.0 average. 




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Everything was ". . . Comin' Up Roses" for the 
Sig Kaps as they gave a warm political welcome to 
Senator Margaret Chase Smith, honorary alumna, 
during her visit to the campus last spring. Senator 
Smith's visit marked the beginning of a most illus- 
trious fiscal year for Illinois Sigmas — a time filled 
with tradition, fun, and friendship. Ties of sister- 
hood grew stronger as girls participated in the sere- 
nades, dating, and candlelight events which are so 
much a part of sorority memories. 

The unveiling of Lillian Budd's new novel. One 
Heart' One Way, written about sorority life at the 
Illinois chapter, climaxed the year. 




TOP ROW: Carolyn Clark, president; Helene Bach, social chairman; Karen 
Brewer, treasurer THIRD ROW: Nancy Johns, vice president; Andrea Brad- 
bury, rush chairman; Lynn McNow/n, recording secretary SECOND ROW: 
Carol Zimmerman, registrar; Ruth Seavey, pledge trainer BOTTOM ROW; 
Carol Hamilton, rush chairman; Elizabeth Sleeter, corresponding secretary 



SIGMA KAPPA 



TOP ROW: Joan Conlin, Margaret Andrew/s, Wanda Williams, Carol Hamil- 
ton, Alice Jepson, Ann Messman, Mary Rushing, Sueilen Stahmer, Joan 
Kuhn, Carol Wandschneider, Jean Marten, Judy Carlson, Debra Hurson, 
Caroline Overman, Susan Watne, Lynette Anderson THIRD ROW: Jaqueline 
Reiland, Cassie Stutman, Sandra Pohlman, Patricia Wadhams, Nancy Fisher, 
Nancy Henderson, Mary Helfinstine, Diana Martin, Barbara Camm, Jeri Sue 
Barth, Janet Siebert, Marilee Russell, Judy Shiplock, Martha Sauer, Sandra 



Koerner, Helene Bach SECOND ROW: Andrea Bradbury, Elizabeth Sleeter, 
Carol Zimmerman, Ruth Seavey, Carolyn Clark, Mrs. Grace Servis, Nancy 
Johns, Karen Brewer, Lynn McNown BOTTOM ROW: Judy Gray, Rebecca 
Paternoster, Lynn Marszaiek, Marthelia Kinney, Janet Madeley, Marilyn 
Derby, Cheryl Feges, Cheryl Konetshny, Dorothy Gault NOT IN PANEL: 
Karen Roberts, Lynn Wiley 




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TOP ROW: Carole Korenevich, president; Patricia Wall, social chairman 
SECOND ROW: Margaret Foster, secretary; Barbara Smith, scholarship co- 
chairman; Leslie Reisa, scholarship co-chairman BOTTOM ROW: Sybilla 
Duryea, house manager; Alice Jones, treasurer 







If House Beautiful were looking for a house to 
feature, the Tri Sigs would undoubtedly offer them 
theirs. This past September marked the beginning 
of the second year that the girls have been living 
in their new home, and they are still busily work- 
ing on ways to improve its beauty. 

To celebrate this year's interior decorating, as 
well as their return to school, the girls gave a dance, 
"Witches' Workout." The Tri Sigmas have also 
made surprise wet shower parties one of their fond- 
est methods of celebrating happy occasions, and 
woe be it to any girl when her birthday occurs be- 
cause she might find pranksters at work! 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 



TOP ROW Virginia Peterson, Cynthia Kendall, Dorothy Wiegel, Carol Ste- 
vens, Joyce Madsen, Susan Smart, Sheila Siegel, Jeannette Nemecek, Bar- 
bara Wade, Linda Gony, Eulene Trumper THIRD ROW: Susan Ehrhart, 
Ann Flint, Donna Cordes, Carol Ottinger, Kathleen Miller, Linda Byrne, 
Barbara Burcham, Ann Stafford, Wendelyn Lindbeck, Judith Weidner 



SECOND ROW: Sybilla Duryea, Leslie Reisa, Carole Korenevich, Mrs. Ida 
Matuzek, Margaret Foster, Barbara Smith, Alice Joses BOTTOM ROW: 
Patricia Wall, Miriam \A/olman, Susan Linnig, Carole Cipriano, Alice 
Ambrosino, Judith Vignocchi NOT IN PANEL: Suzanne Much, Barbara 
Stuermer, Nancy Busch 



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TOP ROW: Janice Owen, Lynn Chmelir, Toni-anna Bjorn, Floronne Griffin, 
Susan Brownfield, Shirley Panish, Wilma Wilson, Marge Jackalone, Linda 
Winkle, Nan Clatt, Sue Haselhorst, Carole Barclay, Elisabeth Lloyd, Karen 
Hafenrichter, Marilyn Gallo THIRD ROW: Sandy Danley, Sharon Adair, Gayle 
Gary, Diane Posady, Ann Shilneck, Mary Ellen Larrimore, Joan Piatt, Sharon 
Sarri, Sharon Kendall, Bonnie Eastman, Barbara Power, Barbara Wallace, Jan 



Adamitis, Dorothy Ruter SECOND ROW: Vicky Moss, Bette Baymiller, 
Woodie Ingram, Barbara Grierson, Mrs. Ankrom, Cynthia Curtiss, Sandra 
Penning, Kay Freeman, Nancy Schierhorn BOTTOM ROW: Kaye Shipton, 
Carol Green, Pamela Hopkins, Elizabeth Gardiner, Dawne Huffman, Wilma 
Gaede, Gail Sthelik NOT IN PANEL: Louise Pferrer 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



When the Zetas returned this fall, they found 
another hectic year of studies and activities await- 
ing them along with the news that one of their sis- 
ters was a Homecoming Queen finalist. 

The Zetas are found represented in many cam- 
pus activities as well as in many honoraries. Zetas 
claim one of the year's Outstanding Greeks and are 
also the proud winners of College Bowl. 

Every year Zetas maintain special traditions, 
such as their Christmas party when they honor the 
underprivileged children and their waiters' dinner 
where the girls honor their waiters by switching 
places. They serve an unforgettable meal com- 
plete with skits, songs and fun for all! 



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TOP ROW: Barbara Grierson, rush chairman; Woodie Ingram, secretary; Kaye 
Freeman, treasurer; Bette Baymiller, ritual chairman; Nancy Schierhorn, ed. 
historian BOTTOM ROW: Cynthia Curtiss, president; Sandra Penning, vice 
president 




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TOP ROW: Elaine Eldrup, Lynda Steele, Cheryl Winrow, Dana Wright, Joyce 
Rudert, Diane Davis, Dolores Sieber, Darlene Ferrantino, Susan Lutkus, Karen 
Denenholz, Carol Piper SECOND ROW: Sherry Rubin, Sandra Hilder, 
Barbara Horwitz, Mabel Tews, Pamela Trawinski, Patsy Mueller, Linda Sklar, 



Tatiana Sasyk, Jeannette Shaffer, Jacquelyn Savage, Lynn Walter, Wendy 
Chang, Shirley Conley BOTTOM ROW: Catherine Salemi, Judith Rieder, 
Donna Levin, Carol Blumenfield, Myrna Breakenridge, Gloria Lanspery, Mary 
Raihofer, Joanna Cornett, Florence Leonard 



ALLEN HALL NORTH 



TOP ROW: Miss Sarah Haddad, head resident; Judith Kahn, lllini Guide 
chairman SECOND ROW: Patsy Mueller, committee co-ordinator; Patricia 
Holiner, activity chairman; Linda Astrin, secretary; Hanna Goldschmidt, 
president BOTTOM ROW: Gila Goldschmidt, social chairman; Barbara 
Schmitt, treasurer; Rochelle Krisberg, vice president; Sue Mool, scholarship 
chairman 




The girls of Allen Hall North like to think of 
their living unit as more than just a dormitory. With 
the great variety of activities planned each year, 
each girl can find an interest in at least one of them. 
Everything from faculty-student dinners to ex- 
changes and formal and informal dances were or- 
ganized. In addition, special parties for Halloween 
and Christmas, Little Sister's Weekend, and birth- 
day dinners were planned. 

The girls of Allen North have proudly adopted a 
Foster Child through the Foster Parents' Plan. She 
is ten-year-old Shin In Sook, a Korean orphan. The 
girls send clothing and living utensils to the little 
girl and also exchange leiters with her. 




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TOP ROW: Marilyn Piro, Lynn Zimmermann, Judith Stym, Sharon Lockhart, 
Lorraine Crowley, Karon Lockhart, Lois Kamis, Paula Mills, Wanda Carter, 
Janis Bocskay SECOND ROW: Jeanne Machmer, Judith Trude, Wilma 
Finck, Kathleen Forse, Catherine Bobera, Katherine True, Nancy Meyer, 



Kathleen True, Sheila O'Keefe, Barbara Morel, Adria Zelekson, Regina 
Kyker, Theresa Schar, Judith Vyskocil, Christine Pijacek BOTTOM ROW: 
Loretta Satterthvi'aite, Linda Astrin, Carol Mangold, Rochelle Krisberg, Mary 
Steverson, Judith Kahn, Jeannette Seaberry, Judith Rosenberg, Joyce Regel 



ALLEN HALL NORTH 



TOP ROW: Carolyn Lambert, I liana Dray, Rita Otti, Barbara Kleb, Jean 
Wedberg, Judy Edgar, Bonnie Leventhal, Kimberly Anderson, Susan Fred, 
Cheryle LotsofF SECOND ROW: Donna Nemke, Joanne Ezan, Lee Waclaw, 
Catherine Bange, Sue Mool, Gila Goldschmidt, Barbara Widmer, Susan Vucha, 



Nancy Dulys, Roberta Schuldt, Elizabeth Kelso, Mary Faoro, Cathryn Bell, 
Susanne Lundin BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Seaberry, Mary Ann Patrick, 
Barbara Schmitt, Hanna Goldschmidt, Laura Jarvis, Jill Wagner, Sandra 
Stewart, Janice Hendricks, Jeannette Throw, Barbara Hegan 




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TOP ROW: Sheryl Walter, Karan Joseph, Nancy Koelling, Sandra Arendt, 
Mary Arban, Joan Warnecke, Jan Peters, Diane Kehoe, Roberta Cohan, 
Barbara Barnes SECOND ROW: Katherine Harsh, Diane Behm, Linda 
Bailey, Sheila Dribin, Karen Kessler, Carol Lakin, Irene Gecas, Carol 



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Brookhart, Kay Conrad, AAarcia Simmon, Judith Gregg, Karen Larsen, 
Kathryn Bell, Judith Lukitsh, Elaine Zeiger BOTTOM ROW: Connie Link, 
Jane Atlas, Marjorie Kalman, Gloria Schechtman, Frances Kapinos, Kath- 
leen Sporny, Ellen Felman, Carol Emig, Leanne Edmison, Karen Varble 



ALLEN HALL NORTH 



ALLEN HALL SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Nancy Flaks, Janelle Floreth, Dorothy Briscoe, Janice Brick- 
er, Suzane Crist, Barbara Willi, Bette Holderman, Barbara Cox, Grace Fong 
SECOND ROW: Patricia Gladden, /Waiving I svv, Fileon Novitf, Louisa 



Choules, Julie Bond, Julia Yoder BOTTOM ROW: Sheila Curtis, Joyce 
Biron, Tina Hacker 



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TOP ROW: Lynne Masner, Elizabeth Griffin, Marilyn Win'erburg, Barbara 
Lughfon, Barbara Gronlund, Janice LaRussa, Linda Hall, Lavonne McDowell 



SECOND ROW: Caroline DeTar, Kathleen Checker, Susan Schowaller, Mar- 
garet Snowden BOTTOM ROW: Victoria Brubaker, Gloria McShurn 



ALLEN HALL SOUTH 



Color us happy, and color is what you find at 
Allen South, from the decor of the rooms to all of 
the personalities of the occupants. As the colors 
outside change from the reddish hues of autumn to 
the fresh greens of spring, the spirit inside also 
changes. These walls enclose the shading of emo- 
tions from intense gaiety over a long-awaited date 
to dark depression over a failed exam. However, 
the scheme is complementary, and in all phases of 
University life, the reds offset the blues. The tra- 
ditional orange and blue reflect enthusiastic spirit 
for events such as Homecoming, Throughout the 
year, the colors intermingle, and each girl leaves 
the hall with a widened spectrum. 




TOP ROW: Sharon Stauffer, president; Kathleen Manninen, social chairman; 
Beverly Smith, treasurer; Jeanette Francis, lllini Guide chairman; Barbara 
Cox, vice president BOTTOM ROW: Sararene Barclay, committee co-ordina- 
tor; Sue Mims, head resident; Marietta Reeser, secretary 




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TOP ROW: Maria Ting, Sally Kunde, Sheryl Krai, Karen Douglas, Sandra 
Wesson, Carolyn Young, Jacqueline Ward, Linda Probst, Sylvania Morgan 
SECOND ROW: Priscilla Cohenour, Carol Boffe, Marcia Henke, Barbara 



Glickman, Charlotte Reed BOTTOM ROW: Sharon Huebener, Nancy Boyle, 
Deborah Gold, Bonnie Berlin 



ALLEN HALL SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Debra Yanowitz, Harriet Wadrof, Phyllis Chapman, Margaret 
Goers, Jean Remsen, Judith Hufschmitt, Karen Kepford, Georgia Booras, 
Karen Nichols, Sharon StaufFer THIRD ROW: Marianne Keller, Sandra 
Henderson, jean Geissman, Lorayne Warber, Sharon Jevert, Carolyn Inahara, 



Jeanette Francis, Pauline Peterson, Maureen Weber SECOND ROW: Billie 
Lee Marten, Jan Park, Julianne Venckus, Carol Hinds, Margaret Howison, 
Nancy Hampton BOTTOM ROW: Joyce Robinson, Beth Ehrlich, Loretta 
Trawinski, Kathleen Manninen 




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TOP ROW: Carol Kingery, Jocelyne Tertocha, Cinda Pipperger, Kathryn 
Cromwell THIRD ROW: Christine Holtz, Carol Smith, Margaret O'Rourke, 
Nancy Mundell, Carol Schuffler SECOND ROW: Carol Mapes, Shan SteidI, 



Frances Michel, Janet Mason BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Darrow, Donna 
Fedderson, Mrs. Mae Real, Shirley Bohlen, Barbara Acker NOT IN PANEL: 

Sharon Woodburn 



ALPHA HOUSE 



BETA HOUSE 



TOW ROW: Carol Wise, Barbara Byrnes, Carol Scharhag, Karen Smith, Betty 
Bennett, Patricia Johnston, Janis Peach SECOND ROW: Mijon Vancil, 
Janice Young, Ingrid Friedemann, Margaret Cunningham, Lily Hsuan, Leona 



Lipinski, Phyllis Szyzewski BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Lange, Kay Zimpel, 
Mrs. Curtiss, Loray Meeder, Roberta Ernst, Mary Pelletier NOT IN PANEL: 

Judy Holshouser 




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TOP ROW; Nancy Bush, treasurer; Ann Singleton, scholarship chairman; 
Roberta Vosicky, lllim Guide and vice president BOTTOM ROW: Nancy 
Sergo, social chairman; Jeanette Richey, president; Janet Peterson, secretary 




Happiness is the goings-on at Avalon House. It 
is 28 girls living, working, and learning in the 
homey residence of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Betts. 

Though Avalon was only organized five years ago 
as an independent women's residence unit, many 
activities are planned each year. The girls eagerly 
participated in Homecoming Weekend and Dad's 
Day Weekend with coffee hours and house decora- 
tions. They also had a hayride and party last Hal- 
loween. Recently the Avalon girls organized a 
basketball team to compete with other houses. The 
girls have always been eager to participate in lllini 
activities and have distinguished themselves in 
volleyball and Softball tournaments. 



AVALON 



TOP ROW: Susan Clark, Barbara Gauron, Nancy Nussbaum, Marlene Miller, 
Lenore Kadish, Victora Bernberg, Bernadine Paluch, Phyllis Murphy THIRD 
ROW: Marilyn Branton, Pamela Graves, Susan Samardzich, Sandra Samard- 
zich, Kathleen Smith, Ann Singleton, Beth Feder, Paula Nessel SECOND 



ROW: Janet Peterson, IMancy Bush, Roberta Vosicky, Mrs. Jane Betts, Mrs. 
Jean Perry, Jeanette Richey, Nancy Sergo BOTTOM ROW: Mary Beth 
Pitts, Susan Raye, Kay Tomasek, Linda Kubina, Nora Campion NOT IN 
PANEL: Ann Elwood, Darlene Ableman 





TOP ROW: Rosalie Kobernik, Karen Kaz, Mary Vallert, Susan Haller, Judith 
Pe'kas, Shirley Vallort, Noreen Johnson, Sharon Kazmar, Jane Suhre, Gail 
Boettcher, Kathryn Wells, Judith Rice, Diane Skinner, Joan Prokop, Susan 
Hess, Susan Spalding, Sandra Honnold, Mona Freeman, Alberta Lamp, Kath- 
leen Dedina FOURTH ROW: Barbara Sirin, Marjorie Miller, Judith Nena, 
Sandra Rogue, Nancy Freifeld, Edith Grodlund, Charlotte Law, Karen Tucker, 
Nancy Walsh, Susan Babler, Stefany Sulinski, Terry Dungan, Sharon Pock- 
lington, Diana Rader, Letitia Polak, Madeleine Bohn, Barbara Kellert, Janet 
Paral, Carolyn Schmidt, Nancy Shields THIRD ROW: Jeanne Lavander, 



Cheryl Port, Vicki Fine, Sheryl Pizante, Sue Zebell, Sue ShifFler, Mrs. Wells, 
Lynn Silverman, Sharon Schmidt, Susan Ramirez, Lorraine Hovde, Annabelle 
Paloian, Sue Tohm SECOND ROW: Susan Tebussek, Barbara Weinand, 
Martha Sorgatz, Phyllis Schwartz, Nancy Kiwtzel, Carol Wiggins, Frances 
Salzman, Melody Meyer, Diane Swartz, Janet Wayham, Karen KresI BOT- 
TOM ROW: Terrill Vana, Dorothy Sirban, Jean Tello, Beverly Brunner, Ruth 
Rice, Suzanne Lofquist, Caria Herman, Dorothy Kemp, Patricia Panish, Jane 
Grassmuck 



BUSEY HALL 



The girls living in Busey are always participating 
in house and campus activities. The social high- 
lights of the year include formal and informal 
dances, sweetheart and faculty dinners, and coffee 
hours during the football season. 

They combine their efforts during the holiday 
season to knit and sell nose-warmers, which also 
are known as "snoot-boots." The profits of this 
annual charity project are given to the National 
Leukemia Foundation. Friendships are also strength- 
ened when the girls find time to relax at fireside 
parties or to participate as members of the house 
choir and perform at special dinners. 




Virginia Hackl, secretary; Sue Booker, treasurer; Lenore Kerzenski, president; 
Pamela Finley, internal vice president; Janice Tushaus, social chairman; 
Violet Georgopulos, external vice president NOT IN PANEL: Susan Zebell, 

social chairman 




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TOP ROW: Bette Robbins, Constance Harrison, Helen Nelson, Phylis Rubins 
Sally Rice, Shirley Griffin, Kathleen Webb, Jill Scott, Lynn Arndt, Karen 
Thorns, Barbara Kuklewicz, Susan Schilsky, .Melanie Thomas, Jean Todd, 
Lydia Spampien, Janice Porter, Constance Steinbrook, Marlene Kaplan 
THIRD ROW: Bonita Grisko, Sherrill Riggins, Judy Heffington, Jeanne 
Stetzler, Pamela Moy, Clo Hampton, Terry Reese, Judith McCarron, Jacqueline 
Riddle, Deborah Bessony, Nancy Jeckel, Barbara Mackowaik, Jacqueline 
Kahn, Margaret Manchester, Susan Briles, Nita Bozarth, Dianne Gunther, 



JoAnn Hardy SECOND ROW: Linda England, Diane Kineshero, Gloria 
Luptak, Virginia Hack!, Violet Georgopulos, Lenore Kerzenski, Pamela 
Finley, Sue Booker, Janice Tushaus, Paula Schwenk, Elizabeth O'Boyle, 
Eleanor Lincoln, Paulette Welge BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Johnson, 

Trudy Dunway, Marilyn Retzlaff, Lydia Ames, Maryann Carp, Janet Wood, 
Judith Linderman, Ruth Richardson, Ann Herman, Alberta Voigt, Susan 
Rosenbaum, Toby Stangle 



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CEDAR HALL 



TOP ROW: Connie Siegel, Eileen Wold, Susan Bresler, Sally Bovi/man, Eileen 
BufFens, Suzanne Kurth, Laura Cohen SECOND ROW: Beth Halsne, Sally 
Hitzeroth, Nadine Schaflfner, Lois Linley BOTTOM ROW: Susan Wolfe, 
Svaja Vansauskas, Carolyn Dertman, Linda Wilds, Louise Eisenhauer NOT 
IN PANEL: Claire McKnight, Adrianne Jucius, Natalie Siegel, Dorothy Rich- 



ardson, Barb Whiteside, Linda Boberf, Judith Daily, Susan Linduska, Susan 
Grannis, Virginia Ferrell, Helen Hildebrand, Ronda Kerschner, Rebecca Solo- 
mon, Tatiana Wiwcharenko, Marsha Gerson, Sandra Sherwin, Barbara llardi, 
Susanne Goldstein, Linda Weil, Sharon Zeiman, Erika Dilys 




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Although Clark House was closed last spring se- 
mester, the girls once again successfully managed 
to reorganize their house government. Among the 
past year's activities were the Homecoming Week- 
end and Dad's Day festivities where the parents 
were entertained and honored. Also included on the 
social calendar for the year were several exchanges 
with men's housing units, an informal dance, and 
a scholarship-activity party. 

To accomplish their goal of expressing good will 
toward each other and others around them, the 
members planned their special Christmas activities 
— the traditional tree trimming party in the living 
room and a Christmas party for orphans. 




TOP ROW: Louise Belssner, social chairman; Robin Sigband, secretary 
SECOND ROW: Linda Rogers, scholarship chairman; Paula Steen, vice presi- 
dent; Susan Garfield, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Lindholm, president 



CLARK HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Barbara Johnston, Susan Schmitt, Jill Stewart, Carolyn Tuley, 
Barbara Craig, Sheila Kulbrash, Eva Vonfeld, Nancy Stein, Evelyn Lewis, 
Nancy Veldhouse, Linda Kirsch, Mary Frick, Carol Miller, Glenda Parsons 
THIRD ROW: Karen Gilbert, Cornelia Babcock, Hattie Burrell, Wendy Shevin, 
Susan Akkeron, Beverly Startz, Elissa Palicke, Caron Lasky, Karen Jerde, 



Susan Swift, Sharyn Booth, Lois Kurtzman SECOND ROW: Nancy Gold- 
blatt, Susan Garfield, Robin Sigband, Mrs. S. Miller, Louise Belssner, Kathleen 
Cleckner, Celeste Stepien BOTTOM ROW: Judith Einhorn, Margaret Cox, 
Susan Bartscht, Robyn Worth, Mary McNamara, Beverly Silas, Linda Roos, 
Barbara Bear 





TOP ROW: Michele Landberg, Fay Atvvood, Sue Olsen, Donna Yakos, Judith 
Geesaman, Gail Johnson, Sara Jones, Sharon Slomiany, Melissa Dadant, 
Ruth Tabor, Lynn Hetke, Kathleen Haller, Nancy Temple, Cecelia Elkin 
THIRD ROW: Linnae Smirl, Gail Mazur, Darlene Price, Patricia Hefter, 
Nancy Monahan, Barbara Popp, Dale Bennett, Paula Steen, Rhea Kessler, 
Sandra Tilly, Carolyn Falter, Linda Mecklenburg, Bernadette Doran, Char- 



lene Talsma, Lucille Goodwin, Cornelia Houston SECOND ROW: Sondra 
Chunowitz, Dana Kahn, Margaret Schlaffer, Mrs. Shirley Miller, Brenda 
Spirtas, Gale Spirtas, Carol Reed BOTTOM ROW: Kathleen Lucas, Anne 
Tolan, Sharon Rabe, Diane Schmidt, Paula Herman, Nancy Allen, Janet 
Levin, Anita Steingold, Joan Artstein 



CLARK HOUSE 



DELTA HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Ernestine Norman, Barbara Caron, Marian Wessels, Pam Berry- 
Polglase, Barbara Cunningham, Judy Thorne, Margaret Staff, Barbara Hanley 
THIRD ROW: Cynthia Wilson, Linda Kohl, Mary Johnston, Mary Caron, 
Patricia Tichenor, Onita Shockiey, Dawn Whiting, Alicia King, Alice Gorden 



SECOND ROW: Valerie Zimmerman, Karen Mabus, Wanda Rentfrow, Mrs. 
Louise Camey, Janet Spears, Kathleen Leung, Alice Dittmer BOTTOM ROW: 
Kathryn Hemmingway, Roberta Miller, Lois McEwen, Janet Carey NOT IN 
PANEL: Cdlhleen Deppr 



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TOP ROW: Catliy Solon, Naomi Johnson, Carol Ryll, Sandra Carlson, Sharon 
Taylor, Jean Makula, Nancy Turnbull, Marilyn Darby, Nancy Templin, Janet 
Norris, Mary Pepple, JuHa Butkus, Colleen Drew THIRD ROW: Elizabeth 
Magnuson, Janet Outis, Jayne Carr, Michele Rojek, Jean Johnson, Joyce 
Printz, Christina Martin, Sara Guyton, Lillian Norris, Kathleen Dunnan, Lynn 
Diamond, Jill Shires, Janet FIfch, Kathryn Brand SECOND ROW: Mary 



Heller, Nancy Adamson, Barbara Seavy, Alice Smith, Janet Moore, Mrs. 
Elanor Grinnell, Karen Westrom, Carolyn Clark, Nancy Liddell, Mary Cichon, 
Chandler Parkay BOTTOM ROW: Yvonne Dritsas, Janet Zimmerman, 

Sandra Schroeder, Rosemary Edwards, Lorelei Bigner, Nancy Merret, Paula 
Svedlund, Carol Little 



EVANS HALL 



The versatility of the Evans Hall residents can 
be seen by looking at their activities trophies. The 
first place trophies for Dad's Day Revue, WISA 
scholarship, WISA activities, and the Honor Coun- 
cil Award for top scholarship and activities are dis- 
played. Evans girls are found in almost every campus 
activity. The house has four Phi Beta Kappas, three 
Bronze Tablet seniors, and eight members of Phi 
Kappa Phi, scholastic honorary. 

Among the events on Evans' social calendar were 
coffee hours, Little Sister Weekend, the charity 
project for Cunningham Children's Home, a winter 
formal, Watcheka Sing, co-rec sports, and Evans' 
traditional Christmas party and Tree Trim. 




TOP ROW: Linda Pritchett, vice president; Katherine Niven, president; 
Sharon Fogelquist, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Judith Stefanovic, social 

chairman; !■ \* i > la, secretary 




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TOP ROW; Patricia Wald, Janet Hall, Barbara Ford, Barbara Sanman, Patricia 
Yeatman, Katherine Niven, Vivian Chu, Patricia Mcintosh, Martha Wall<up, 
Gloria Whitney, Carole Jones THIRD ROW: Karen Fette, Julie Varichak, 
Pamela Petresen, Nancy Noble, Susan Schreiber, Barbara Trisler, Renate 
Kalischek, Rachel Schauer, Judy McArdle, Mary Harris, Patricia Liebovich 



SECOND ROW: Victoria Nichols, Sara Brydges, Ruth Phillippe, Janet Moore, 
Mrs. Eleanor Grinnell, Karen Westrom, Betty Blake, Marilyn Ricks, Linda 
Lane BOTTOM ROW: Chrystal Kus, Flora Yee, Vivian Van, Mary Van Eman, 
Sharon Harvey, Susan Hansen, Barbara Mueller, Michele Whitflll, Julie 
Dersham 



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I DETERMINATION AND GROUP co-operation earned Evans another first place 

in the WISA-Pan Hellenic division of Homecoming decorations. 



ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of Dad's Day Weekend at 
Evans Hall is the annual Dad's Dinner. 





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The 4-H House girls excel in both scholarship 
and activities. The girls have won the Activity 
Trophy eight of the last ten times. House activities 
include Heart Sis Week, a Spring and Winter 
Formal, Faculty Tea, and weekly readings to blind 
students. 4-H girls have held such posts as WISA 
president and treasurer, the past two presidents 
of Torch, Homecoming and Dolphin Queen finalists, 
and the past three presidents of Alpha Chron. 

Besides all of these activities, the 4-H House 
girls still managed to find enough time to study. 
This year the girls won the Scholarship Improve- 
ment Award and Scholarship Trophy. 




TOP ROW: Rosemary Seller, treasurer; Alice Williams, scholarship chair- 
man; Linda Tolan, vice president SECOND ROW: Rosalie Gross, corre- 
sponding secretary; Joyce NIes, house manager; Cheryl Smith, commissar 
BOTTOM ROW: Karen Schien, social chairman; Rosemary Boehle, president; 
Martha Herm, corresponding secretary 



4H HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Mary Stelmel, Wllma Beall, Linda Showers, Sara Baker, Connie 
Richards, Kay Gelger, Barbara Worner, Pauleta Hornaday, Mary Nelson, 
Barbara Harris, Susan Kirkpatrick, Jeanette Bruckner, Bonnie Lindenmier, 
Carol KImmel, Martha Stahl THIRD ROW: Carol Bankson, Cheryl Eaton, 
Lois Summers, Carolyn Burkybile, Elizabeth Stafford, Sharon Lefferson, Janet 
Neumann, Sherrie Houston, Carol Berg, Sara Gusse, Jane Stevens, Pamela 



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Frazier, Sharalyn Borchers, Virginia Bohlen, Janet Tucker SECOND ROW: 
Karen Schien, Cheryl Smith, Mar(ha Herm, Alice Wilh'ams, Linda Tolan, 
Mrs. Mary Thatcher, Rosemary Boehle, Joyce Nies, Rosemary Seiler, Rosalie 
Gross BOTTOM ROW: Margaret Peasley, Linda Owings, Karen Camden, 
Ramona Kochis, Janet Ficken, Rebecca Roush, Beverly Briggs, Arlene Nies, 
Ronda Hathaway, Rebecca Burrus, Cheryl Thompson 



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TOP ROW: Sandra Mattoon, Judith Dumser, Nancy Ling, Audrey Doyle, Bar- 
bara Libby, Dorothy Curran, Kafhryn Wieduwilt SECOND ROW: Mary 
Greenleaf, Mrs. Mary Garrard, Kathryn Curran, Diane Noe BOTTOM ROW: 



Ellen Mies, Sandra Blanchard, Virginia Salemi, Judith Digman, Sandra Al- 
brecht, Judith Holshouser 



GAMMA HOUSE 



LINDEN HALL 



TOP ROW: Arlene Karbens, Judith DeGroote, Linda Bell, Janet Pillifant, 
I Linda Gary, Jean Weiss, Janice Gary SECOND ROW: Martha Siefert, 
Sandra Jefferson, Kathleen Harris, Carol Goldberger, Barbara Sonneborn, 



Myrna Goldenberg BOTTOM ROW: Phyliss Ciarniello, Cheryl Bailleu, 
Pamela Jensen, Emily Dart, Fay Bergstrom, Donna Toskey 



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TOP ROW: Susan Isenberg, Eddice Fishbein, Randye Pines, Ellen Kraus, 
Judith Levay, Ann Schlutz, Karen Rebhan, Paulette Isbitz, Sherri Berns, 
Linda /\Aarl<s, Madeline Zoberman, Phyllis Blackman, Donna Leshner THIRD 
ROW: Linda Talney, Miriam Cramer, Sandra Schwartz, Corinne Decker, Gail 
Purer, Susan Dubinsky, Frances Davis, Judy Schmoll, Sherry Klauber, 
Michelle Onixt, Carol Kosovski, Joan Banashek, Barbara Kaplan SECOND 



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ROW: Roberta Litwin, Susan Sair, Ellen Horwitz, Linda Issak, Mrs. Annette 
Smith, Sheryl Sucherman, Rhoda Simon, Ann Katkowski, Deanna Gerber 
BOTTOM ROW: Caria Arbetman, Ansabelle Anticol, Marsha Aronson, Janet 
Kaplan, Sheryl Sandler, Beverly Slovin, Sue Rosenberg, Linda Levy, Marsha 
Pomrenze, Rozanne Dosick, Susan Mandl NOT IN PANEL: Betty Lazeroff 



INDECO 



Hoping that literally "lightning won't strike 
twice," Indeco hopes that calamity won't become a 
house tradition. With repairs complete after last 
year's fire and with some remodeling finished, 
Indeco House is eagerly looking forward to still 
another year filled with excitement. 

This year's program, along with its formals and 
house parties, included a Christmas party for some 
underpriviledged children in the Champaign-Urbana 
area. Indeco girls are activity-conscious also, and 
have found places in campus activities such as the 
lllini Union, Student Senate, and Model United 
Nations, Alpha Chron and Torch, women's activity 
honoraries, claim members from Indeco. 




TOP ROW: Ann Katkowski, freshman advisor; Deanna Gerber, social chair- 
man; Rhoda Simon, house manager; Susan Sair, secretary; Ellen Horwitz, 
treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Sheryl Sucherman, president; Linda Issak, vice 
president 




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TOP ROW: Estelle Astheimer, Sally Morrow, Marilyn Goldberg, Sandra 
Eisenberg, Sheryl Walanka, Barbara Goldberg, Rufh Strauss, Helen Nadel, 
Marlene Brill, Andrea Shulman, Rita Politzer THIRD ROW; Susan Cohen, 
Elayne Halpern, Margot Vodicka, Lindj Swerinsky, Mrs. J. Bromberg, Sue 
Ann Sondell, Carol Greeberg, Rhoda Tennenbaum, Roberta Matlin SECOND 



ROW: Barbara Katzmann, Marsha Naiditch, Barbara Bessinger, Barbara 
Gibian, Jaycee Aronson, Barbara Eisenberg, Dale Kushner BOTTOM ROW: 
Sharon Schneider, Linda Robins, Hera Weisbach, Leslie Cohen, Jacalyn 
Goldman NOT IN PANEL: Darlene Halpern 



LAUREL HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Jaycee Aronson, treasurer; Barbara Bessinger, dating chairman; 
Marsha Naiditch, social chairman SECOND ROW: Dale Kushner, house 
manager; Barbara Eisenberg, secretary BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Katzmann, 
vice president; Barbara Gibi^n, president 




Active is the word that describes the residents of 
Laurel House. The girls' participation in campus 
activities won third place honors for Laurel at the 
1964 Scholarship and Activity Tea. 

In addition to campus activities the girls enjoyed 
house festivities. Over the summer a picnic was 
held at a dairy farm belonging to one of the mem- 
bers. There were also parties, formals and infor- 
mals, exchanges and teas throughout the year. 

To give Laurel a new look this year, the first floor 
of the house was redecorated. The girls now enjoy 
the more attractive studying and entertaining facili- 
ties of their den, which they designed. 




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The girls from Leeman Lodge were involved with 
scholastic and social activities this year. Some of 
the house activities were the fall hayride, the chil- 
dren's Christmas party, Heart Sister Week, and 
Witch Sister Week. During Witch Sister Week, 
each girl does everything she can to cause trouble 
for her temporarily adopted sister. During Heart 
Sister Week, she does nice things for her. 

This season opened with the tribal celebration 
in honor of the new Leeman residents. This event, 
including a campfire and songfest, is beginning to 
grow into a tradition. The season came to a close 
with the senior breakfast, and for all those not grad- 
uating, a good-bye until the fall. 




TOP ROW: Cynthia Turley, social chairman; Charlene Koski, activities 
chairman; Mary Messling, scholarship chairman SECOND ROW: Linda 
Lewis, treasurer; Sandra Shotwell, secretary; Delreen Hafenrichter, vice 
president BOTTOM ROW: Linda Gent, president; Betty Hampton, lllini 
Guide 



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TOP ROW: Mary Millay, Sharyn Dedrick, Rea Dyson, Nancy Hokanson, 
Marcia Coffman, Gail Friedman, Carol Tester, Holly Harden, Diana Marquart, 
Birute Lukasevicius, Nancy Tennent, Dolores Acker THIRD ROW: Helen 
Johanson, Barbara Allen, Mary O'Laughlin, Sue Taylor, Mary Miller, Nancy 
Freeman, Charlene Koski, Susan Pate, Sandra Shotwell, Helen Dahman, 




Karen Sprague, Mary Smoley SECOND ROW: Mary Messling, Cynthia 
Turley, Linda Gent, Mrs. Wagner, Delreen Hafenrichter, Linda Lewis, Betty 
Hampton BOTTOM ROW: Judith Egan, Janet Wood, Pamela Wheeler, 
Judy Boettcher, llene Cohen, Joyce Barnes 



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TOP ROW: Sandra Nelson, vice president; Ruth Kal,:in, piesident; Lynette 
Vistein, social chairman SECOND ROW: Miss Macnamara, head resident; 
Ruth Winzer, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Karen Droskiewicz, committee co- 
ordinator; Judith Bagent, Mini Guide chairman NOT IN PANEl: Linda 
Noller, secretary 




Lincoln Avenue Residence is one of the oldest 
women's dorms on campus, built in 1947. Its col- 
onial style creates a warm home for over 600 col- 
lege girls. Of this large group of girls, approximately 
300 of these comprise the Lincoln Avenue North 
residents and the spirit of which they are so proud. 
This spirit has been evidenced by the academic and 
social achievements of these girls as individuals as 
well as a group. Academically, LAR North now has 
a tutoring program, organized educational films, 
language tables, an operating branch library and 
also a scholarship program. Socially this year the 
girls boast that, paired with Armory House, they 
won first place in Dad's Day Revue. 



LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE - NORTH 



TOP ROW: Louise Wolfe, Barbara Booth, Beverly Mitchell, Lynn Jaeger, 
Jane Welter, Michelle Baher, Lynda Nicol, Janis Smith, Donna Witsken, Marie 
Lundfelt, Laura Watt, Pam Milchrisf, Elizabeth Long, Ellen O'Farrell, Mary 
Ross, Judith Root, Ruthann Olson, JoAnne Miks, Gale Farthing, Judith Wood- 
yard, Martha Olsen FIFTH ROW: Virginia Scheiwe, Madelon Megela, 
Margaret Eschbach, Nancy Jo Gregory, Cyd Nepon, Joan Richter, Geraldine 
Adami, Enid Liebovich, Judy Matras, Judith Zussman, Donna Lindberg, Nancy 
Nelson, Sheila Kraft, Camille Tomsa, Mary Slanec, Anne Dallman, Mildred 
Baker FOURTH ROW: Lois Mander, Margaret Stanek, Suzanne Loesch, 
Lesley Guenther, Harriett Rubin, Betty Bruner, Carole Parks, Patricia Mc- 
Geough, Jean Keyser, Carole Burge, Joan Pietrangeli, Nancy Netherton, Anne 



Marie Jakes, Bernadette Biolchini, Sonja Lindberg THIRD ROW: Sheila 
Pusey, Amy Simpson, Nancy Mitchell, Virginia Almone, Susan Blackmore, 
Dee Ann Carter, Marygene Schlitt, Janice Miller, Janetta Moncur, Janis 
Linstromberg, Valerie Larson, Leslie Warner, Mary Ann Saferstein, Ellen 
Steer, Judith Scott, Margaret Kihara, Diane Moore SECOND ROW: Carol 
Keller, Neva Montgomery, Marcella Brown, Lynn Abod, Patricia Finneran, 
Barbara Swanson, Deborah Ashbrook, Marilouise Reed, Willa Combs, Brenda 
Mallicoat, Vicki Richardson, Maryjane VIk, Julie Norem, Ruth Nealand 
BOTTOM ROW: Carol Gates, Barbara Evans, Mary MacDonald, Ann Vaughan, 
Paula Wilson, Carol Raye, Catherine Lamprecht, Patricia Carper, Cheryl 
Busick, Mildred Bibly, Sandra Senkus 



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TOP ROW: Corliss Smith, Cheryl Berg, Margaret Kemp, Robin Elkin, Jean 
Kelroy, Barbara Abbott, Diane Krauss, Mary Jane Aikman, Patricia Keen, 
Virginia Linder, Carol Reafsnyder, Mary Lynn Allen FIFTH ROW: June 
Klassen, Diane Waltzek, Janet Ackland, Ellen Walsh, Cheryl Moldenhauer, 
Jean Hoffman, Lynette Petish, Gayle Siegel, Janice MacDonald, Barbara Bae, 
Carol VanScyoc, Judith Schettler FOURTH ROW: Kay Suhler, Catherine 
Vittore, Donna Karl, Claudia Sambo, Pam Boehm, Lois Bright, Sandra Linn, 
Barbara Putta, Sandra Frencko, Donna Goldstein, Marjorie Lamovec, Cheryl 
Turner, MaryEllen Morris, Donna Damhorst, Georgiana Krilcich THIRD 
ROW: Sandra Milton, Turee Allison, Delia Maneki, Otilija Uzgiris, Kay 



Walton, Sandra Cobourn, Gayle McCullough, Margaret Creditor, Sharon 
Feldy, Marilyn Gold, Valerie Enggas, Caroline Feld, Kristin Lindahl, Maureen 
Cavanaugh, Leona Kowalski, Jordanka Lazarevic SECOND ROW: Janice 
Billings, Karen Anderson, Jeanne DeLuca, Barbara Hoff, MaryEliis Wilhoyt, 
Penelope Fredricks, Nancy Bordes, Marcia Edelstein, Alice Henning, Lynn 
Wettersten, Casandra Bynum, Lois Roth, Catherine Cortes, Marjorie Novak, 
Phyllis Cline BOTTOM ROW: Karen Ellison, Ann Bonsson, Mary Szepessy, 
Dorothy Procunier, Carol Spracklen, Claudia Bike, Mildred Hass, Martha 
Dollenmier, Nancy Walner, Anita Rogers, Edith Nickerson 



LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, NORTH 



LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Jean Keith, Susan Kutish, Barbara Lawrence, Nikki Kaplan, Patri- 
cia Aiello, Margaret Welch THIRD ROW: Lynn Granzow, Betty Lou 
Bukowski, Tamarra Radison, Joan Bushouse, Virginia Leverich, Marilyn Hays, 
Linda Senne, Judith Bliss, Louise Murray, Sally Sergey, Alice Zuvers, Elaie 
Miller, Henrietta Debski, Anita Brucker, Gay Brown, Leslie Darner, Myra 
Leipsiger, Barbara Templer, Linda Johnson SECOND ROW: Heather Mc- 
Kinney, Mary Hesse, Judith Hirsch, Joan Lewellyn, Deborah Faucett, Vicki 
Caram, Barbara Shepard, Patricia Primm, Kathleen Terry, Nancy Corona, 
Laraine Chorvat, Wilma Hall, Terry Jones, Sue Evans, Roberta Ball, Claudia 



Mastalio, Rebecca Bock, Mary Lou Myers, Jill Coleman, Diedre Eichelberger, 
Kathleen Mueller, Karen Czvitkoviez, Karen Colberg, Elizabeth Goben, Carol 
Moore BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Young, Claudia Parr, Karen Lusk, Carol 
Kappler, Elizabeth Nlbeck, Patricia Hearst, Kathy HinchclifF, Sharon Samson, 
Patricia Cavanaugh, Ruth Sheets, Jacqueline Maher, Linda Bourne, Victoria 
Vollrath, Pamela McCollum, Kristine McConachie, Bonnie Bass, Andrea Lowy, 
Judy Purdes, Bella Lieberman, Mary Kocher, Suzanne Myers, Charlene Linick, 
Jeanne Gordon, Dorothy Pickarski 








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TOP ROW: Carol Hughes, Marcia Hedberg, Carole Neapolitan, Janet Elling, 
Geresa Shute, Gale Glassner, Helen Bak. Carol Ufkes, Judith Landfleld, 
Carol Clark FOURTH ROW: Nancy Wichmann, Sandra Painter, Kathleen 
Johann, Dona Ruby, Mary Gillem, Janice Hassiepen, Jean Hamilton, Brenda 
Carlson, Patricia Brelowskl, Susan Geringer, Janet Johnson, Susan Graf, 
Kathleen Cothern, Gayle Heckert, Pamela Wade, Sandra Rigsbee, George- 
anne Butler, Mary Hughes, Marsha Schwartz, Elizabeth Humma, Rhonda 
Fleming, Linda Stephen, Elana Engelking, Margaret Schulte, Kathleen Mellor, 
Nancy Hendrickson THIRD ROW: Kathy Wessberg, Amy Imanaka, Diane 
Samelak, Joette Getse, Janet Cunningham, Nancy Rohr, Linda Hansen, Karen 
Horine, Arthalyn Walker, Karen Hutnick, Geraldine Parr, Nancy Kailenback, 
Susan Zuska, Deborah Dieterich, Pamela Foulks, Phyllis Myers, Janet Ca- 



baniss, Cheryl Wasetis, Judy Forth, Mary Bothe, Linda Sherman, Lois Jacobs, 
Mary Farley, Laura Hudson, Carolyn Ehrlicher, Nancy Britt, Betty Mees 
SECOND ROW: Marilyn Michal, Belle Waldfogel, Mary Childers, Suzanne 
Haynes, Mary McQueen, Nancy Mueller, Karen Kipnis, Linda Borman, Sue 
Basye, DiAnne Johnson, Margaret Kankaale, Jean Wainwright, Judy Holm, 
Jo Ann Hejl, Mary Borkowski, Phyllis McGeough, Jane Heininger, Lana 
Radle, Paulette Pennington, Susan Merz, Judith Martin, Nancy Lehto, Lenore 
Sheridan, Kathryn Freese, Toni Higgins, Anita Gerken BOTTOM ROW: 
Marlene Fornagiel, Elizabeth Thompson, Susan Ketzenbarger, Roberta Elwell, 
Karen Frizen, Sally Bourdear, Esther Ettinger, Carol Roberts, Ronna Farber, 
Cheryl Krumrey, Luella Phillips 



LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE, SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Nancy Peterson, treasurer; Coreen Casey, secretary; Carol Ufkes, 
mini Guide chairman; Jaynie Wichmann, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: 
Teri Steiner, vice president; Lana Radle, president; Marcia Chmielinsl<i, 
committee co-ordinator. 




Although the girls of Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Hall South comprise one of the largest dormitories 
for women on the campus, there is no less unity, 
interest, or spirit among the members. The house 
offers educational, cultural, athletic, and social op- 
portunities to each girl through its varied program 
of activities. This past year the LAR girls and the 
Scott House men copped the co-rec volleyball trophy 
and performed in Dad's Day Revue. 

In the last several years a great deal of effort has 
been contributed to the scholarship and cultural 
committees which provide tutors, scholarships, and 
language tables. For the girls of LAR "good things 
don't always come in small packages." 




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Lundgren House re-opened its door first semester 
to a throng of new freshman girls interspersed with 
an occasional upper classman. Despite the early ar- 
rival of Homecoming, Lundgren, with its sister- 
house Clark, designed and executed house decora- 
tions and held an open house for one thousand par- 
ents and friends. The girls decided to combine their 
Christmas party with a charity project, and invited 
children from the community orphanage to join in 
with them in trimming the tree, toasting marshmal- 
lows, and singing carols. 

The girls in Lundgren develop close friendships 
during the year and give the house a comfortable 
atmosphere which adds to the school spirit. 




TOP ROW: Joan Cortesi, social and activities chairman BOTTOM ROW: 
Patricia Pulcszta, treasurer; Jaclyn Kleinofen, secretary; Joan Bernstein, presi- 
dent; Lee Ewing, vice president 



LUNDGREN HOUSE 



fop ROW: Roslyn Johnson, Rebecca Allen, Elsa Theile, Joyce Anhalt, Janice 
Luxton, Uta Jesse, Kay Ettington, Margaret Anderson, Margaret Gantt, 
Susan Bchse, Linda Parker, Inge Rembe, Sue Mueller, Marie Matias, Mari- 
anne Gilby THIRD ROW: Barbara Beyer, Mary Perz, Jacquelyn Dalton, 
Carol Hamm, Irene Lilienheim, Rhoda Friedman, Dena Schiewitz, Barbara 
Francisco, Carol Erdheim, Donna Gansman, Ruth Tefka, Judith Kroichick, 




Carlyn Bruce, Constance Ballard SECOND ROW: Mary Landon, Kathy 
Graham, Susan Siegal, Joan Bernstein, Mrs. Shirley Miller, Joan Cortesi, 
Elaine Shinagawa, Barbara Vangelder BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Stear, Sandra 
Colvin, Jaclyn Kleinofen, Patricia Cunningham, Juanita Carroll, Christine 
Patton, Pamela Berliant, Jeanne Gavin, Constance McGrady, Ann Ropp, 
April Katsura 



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TOP ROW: Barbara Olszewski, Helen Meilahn, Karen Hopkins, Msry Striker, 
Donna Pearlstein, Joyce Duffy, AAary Archambault, Mary Jansen, Kathleen 
Hoag, Janet Hohman, Nancy /Welka, Bonnie Poss THIRD ROW: Mary Doyle, 
Marilyn Millstone, Patricia Pukszta, Diane Pokorny, Betty Busboom, Susan 
Hersey, Nancy Meyer, Paula Miller, Virginia Geist, Elizabeth Malen, Claudia 



Angell, Ellen Hartman SECOND ROW: Kim Gushing, Barbara Kerr, Vir- 
ginia Ekroth, Mrs. Shirley Miller, Kathleen Oberg, Bonnie Grubbe, Lee 
Ewing BOTTOM ROW: Carol Mueller, Sandra Belden, Rita Gittelson, Susan 
Kaye, Sandra Sahzman, Kaye Lamar, Susan Goldberg, Claudia Bailey, Osa 
McCoy 



LUNDGREN HOUSE 



THE MANSION 



TOP ROW: Barbara Anthony, Marilyn Brainerd, Sheryl Battern, Marcia Siegel, 
Susan Joyce, Linda Russell, Andrea Pickman, Betty Bennett, Mary Carlson, 
Ruta Sose, Nijole Riskus, Mary Sheridan, Bea Fries, Ruth Nobel THIRD 
ROW: Nancy Schroeder, Patricia Shanahan, Collette Walker, Marjorie Unger, 
Linda Jacober, Doris Cutler, Mina Parlin, Judith McLanee, Kathryn Setlak, 
Carolyn Swienton, Mary Gedelmen, Joyce Korbecki, Ruth Alexander SEC- 



OND ROW: Carol Busby, Joanne Soukup, Annette Wanka, Judith Nelson, 
Mrs. Crooks, Susan Wartell, Denruth Barre, Elaine Milesko, Frances Burkey 
BOTTOM ROW: Linda Lessen, Barbara Himley, Susan Draut, Karen Hoff- 
stadter, Carol Huffington, Camille Gales NOT IN PANEL: Jan Byrne, 
Elizabeth Getz, Barbara Merten, Claire O'Donnell, Carol Ogata, Ann Ogg, 
Martha Scott, Rita Solomon, Elaine Strauss, Jacquelyn Swensen, Rita Wollman 






TOP ROW: Janice Wilson, Donna Bruno, Donna Riechmann, Shona New- 
man, Fay Friedman, Mary Ulrich, Faith Neuman, Carol Monson THIRD 
ROW: Karene Vallandighan, Kathleen Schevers, Cecilia Chappie, Barbara 
Skully, Marilyn Rojicek, Joan Morosky, Algenia Trude, Mary Zimmer, Joan 
Hanlon, Patricia Fort SECOND ROW: Claudia Fris, Maria Franklin, Bette 



Downs, Leslie Cohen, Michelle Caniff, Joyce Moty BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn 
Lieb, Eva Gyori, Nina Freed, Janet Sachs, Elayne Slive, Thelma Martin, 
Ivanka Mejzr NOT IN PANEL: Nettie Galkin, Catherine Ryan, Ethyl Pearl- 
man, Alexandra Collins, Janet Fairs, Donna Leslie, Sheila Gilbert, Karen 
Anderson, Barbara Natof 



MAPLE HALL 



Maple Hall is part of the Arbor Suites and con- 
sists of ten apartments, each housing four girls. 
Maple Hail was listed as being one of those inde- 
pendent residences with the highest percentage of 
girls partaking in the Honors Day Convocation. 

Two of the girls from Maple went on tour with 
the University Orchestra to South America and also 
were active in the University's Chamber Orchestra 
and Student Orchestra. Another girl bowled on the 
University Women's Bowling Team which placed 
first at the regional tournament at Purdue Univer- 
sity. An active and interesting year ended for Maple 
as the traditional senior breakfast was served. 



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TOP ROW: Catherine Ryan, treasurer; Bette Downs, president; Leslie Cohen, 
secretary BOTTOM ROW: Michelle Caniff, social chairman; Claudia Fris, 

scholarship chairman; Maria Franklin, vice president 




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TOP ROW: Karen Reedsr, Rowena Ames, Susan Koch, Anita Pons, Judith 
Novak, Charmaine Schroeder, Jean Hooks, Jayne Hooks, Barbara Modica, 
Rosemary Nelson, Mary Mynard, Sharon Thode THIRD ROW: Linda Swof- 
ford, Nancy Jordan, June Pound, Barbara Brehm, Mary Adams, Linda Turney, 
Sandra Martin, Susan Peace, Marion Maljan, Mariorie Hays, June Kelsen, 
Evelyn Ericson, Claudia Gardner, Diana Williams, Lois Lang, Gloria Foster, 
Eunice Adrian SECOND ROW: Susan Welch, Marilyn Robinson, Marilyn 
DeRosa, Carol DeVries, Carol Kurzeja, Anna Lay, Peggy Tropp, Betty Weir, 



Mrs. Nelle O. Stone, Janet Crist, Marilynn Johnson, Karen Tuggle, Nancy 
Montgomery, Judith Pflueger, Myrna Christy, Nancy Chao BOTTOM ROW: 
Nancy Mihevc, Jean Evans, Paula Raymond, Barbara Weinstein, Ann Wis- 
lander, Virginia Chilton, Judith Johnson, Carol Erickson, Sandra Schreiber 
NOT IN PANEL: Kathryn Veatch, Deborah Francke, Vicki Treibal, Marjorie 
Matthais, Kathryn Thompson, Dorian Kingman, Christine Filip, Margaret 
Harper, Elizabeth Burk, Dana Frank, Alice Rasmussen, Charlotte Roberts, 
Carole Johnson, Virginia Lukas, Susan Rigdon, Suzanne Wright 



McKINLEY HALL 



TOP ROW: Marilynn Johnson, recording secretary; Anna Lay, corresponding 
secretary; Peggy Tropp, social chairman; Nancy Montgomery, activities chair- 
man BOTTOM ROW: Betty Weir, vice president; Janet Crist, president; 
Karen Tuggle, treasurer 




The girls of McKinley Hall enjoyed another suc- 
cessful year of scholarship and social life. Being 
recognized in Honor's Day for scholarship is indeed 
an accomplishment, but having two members on 
Bronze Tablet, several receiving Phi Beta Kappa 
keys, and even more obtaining college and depart- 
mental honors, can only reflect McKinley's interest 
and emphasis on scholarship. 

Combining several informals, a Christmas caroling 
party at an Urbana nursing home, two formals, a 
Halloween party end a Valentine's party, with a 
third place win in Homecoming Decorations and 
participation in Watcheka Sing, the house as a 
whole was kept quite busy throughout the year. 




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TOP ROW: Karen Elwell, Linda Sundstrom, Mary Brinker, Luareen Malkin, 
Marija Gaveiis, Carol Wayne, Barbara Flynn, Diane Eisele, Patsy Parker, 
Elaine Weber, Ellen Chapman, Dawn Loberg, Rita DuSell THIRD ROW: 
Enid Kerstein, Nadia Sampson, Barbara Campbell, Bonnie Bernstein, Terry 
Levine, Janet Myers, Victoria Lea, Judith Robison, Toni Susie, Sandy John- 



son, Antoinette St. James, Rebecca Bryar SECOND ROW: D'Arcy Guerin, 
Myra Friedman, Martha Youngdale, Marsha Oenning, Martha Gimpel, Ida 
Clevenger, Carol Stolz, Linda Eisner, Sherry Creinin, Barbara Skocz BOT- 
TOM ROW: Jacqueline Michael, Beth Formund, Lisbeth Johannessen, Susan 
Cherney, Nancy Sehr, Laura Mall 



NOBLE HALL 



TOP ROW: Karen Kunsky, JoAnn Wesley, Anne Murrie, Marilyn Reiners, 
Arlene Pesuth, Norma Sherman, Lee Hagenson, Peggy Kavka, Elizabeth Slav- 
ens, Theda Kettler, Virginia Knapp THIRD ROW: Suzanne Nicholas, Judy 
Moller, Arlene Baker, Kaye Bean, Margaret Kendall, Susan Schroeder, Marcia 
DeHaven, Barbara Kaplan, Susan Anderson SECOND ROW: Katherine 



Meyer, Karen McLean, Kathleen Provancher, Diane Priebe, Pamela Love, 
Sandra Subject, Myra Lazerwith, Pamela Lory BOTTOM ROW: Mary Hebron. 
Cheryl Sutter, Barbara Bean, Jeanne Long, Alane Peterson, Karen Gansberg, 
Roberta Copeland, Barbara Cosby 




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TOP ROW: Sharon Gotch, president; Susan Awe, social chairman; Janice 
AAarkert, scholarship chairman BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Millar, treasurer; 
Kathleen Buchmann, activities chairman; Carol Chockley, secretary 




Honors galore were heaped upon the 60 residents 
of Palamar House during the past year and bright- 
ened their social calendar in many different ways. 
After the initial sorrow over news that their old 
beloved neighbor, the Thunderbird, was moving to 
Urbana, Palamar's residents bounced back to enjoy 
both an informal Christmas dance held at the house 
and a dinner-dance to usher in spring. 

Perhaps their biggest thrill came with the se- 
lection of one of the girl's fathers as King Dad on 
Dad's Day Weekend. In his honor, the girls held 
a special luncheon, followed by a coronation when 
King Dad was presented with a crown, scepter, and 
parchment certificate created by one of the girls. 



PALAMAR 



TOP ROW: Pamela Smith, Kathleen Cantwell, Marsha Meyer, Carol Barrett, 
Patricia Johnston, Suzanne Olson, June Davis, Susan Breitbarth, Joan Rudd, 
Kathleen Franck THIRD ROW: Sandra Babick, Catherine Brown, Helen 
Walka, Barbara Stenzel, Barbara Janikowski, Dalia Sulaitis, Mary Lampe, 
Susan Firnhaber, Carol DeBruyckere, Sandra Gregory, Vicky Bergfeld, Marlene 



Piecuch SECOND ROW: Holly Sobol, Suzanne Sprinkle, Linda Kramzar, 
Susan Awe, Carol Chockley, Mrs. Daniel, Sharon Gotch, Janice Markert, 
Kathleen Buchmann, Pamela Millar, Carol Vignasse BOTTOM ROW: Sherry 
Burack, Toni Allison, Monica Manning, Christine Imbs, Judy Reynolds, Mary 
Richardson, Mary Scott, Nikki Millar 




TOP ROW: Emily Kastning, Joyci Shaw, Martha Rohlfing, LaVerne Wallace, 
Jeanne Rosenmayer, Carolyn Johns, Janet Zacha, Phyllis Rinckner, JoAnn 
Gunther, Darina Ferrini THIRD ROW: Katherine Jeske, Kristine Knutson, 
Patricia Crosby, Kathleen Campbell, Glenda Toedter, Judith Garrod, Lor- 
raine Toppe, llze Petersons, Andrea Viator, Patricia Beenders, Marianne 



Cory, Carolyn Sack SECOND ROW: Margaret Zachgo, Freida Nettleman, 
Diane Wendorf, Jane Combs, Mrs. Gladys Carper, Doris Stler, Mary Fulcher, 
Carolyn Taylor, Marilyn Liggett BOTTOM ROW: Henrietta Walker, Peggy 
DeVan, Joyce Baker, Sandra Cording, Rosemary Scott, Karen Harms, Peggy 
Jiter, Tamara Puckett, Sharon Gabel 



PHILEA 



This fall the girls of Philea warmly welcomed 
their new house director, Mrs. Gladys Carper. An 
open house was held in her honor. 

One of the big events at Philea House is Dad's 
Day Weekend. The dads go completely Philean and 
move into the first floor of the house. They re- 
turn to the house after a busy Saturday for a mid- 
night snack and relaxation before retiring. After 
Sunday dinner, the dads and daughters enjoy enter- 
tainment presented by the new girls in the house. 

At Christmas each year, Philea sponsors a party 
for underprivileged youth of the Champaign area. 
The children enjoy many games, refreshments, and 
a visit from that old favorite, Santa Claus. 




TOP ROW: Freida Nettleman, co-ordinator; Jane Combs, vice president; 
Diane Wendorf, treasurer SECOND ROW: Doris Stier, president; Marilyn 
Liggett, student advisor; Mary Fulcher, commissar; Margaret Zachgo, social 
chairman BOTTOM ROW: Carolyn Taylor, secretary 




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TOP ROW: Mary Gray, Janice Rigsby, Janet Bugg, Ann Haines, Jenette 
Bilier, Dianne Gunther, Susan AAaxson, Suzanne Wildhagen, Jacqueline 
Engel, Mary McCreary, Catherine Logan, Susan Herbst THIRD ROW: 
Edith Nevinger, Carolyn Johnson, Sarah West, Sandra Paul, Patty Moehle, 
Janet Williams, Roberta Holderman, Cheryl Elliott, Nancy Baldwin, Sharon 
Shull, Ann Kalkhoff SECOND ROW: Alice Cortright, Kathryn Keiffer, 



Sandra Shipp, Mary Gieske, Mrs. Mary Brown, Linda Lantz, Sharon Mc- 
Ginley, Bettie Hewes, Elaine Cremeens, Mary Meier BOTTOM ROW: 
Karen Culbertson, Peggy Smith, Karen Hanson, Mary Flinspach, Jane 
Balliet, Dianne Westerman, Linda Best, Susan Danzer, Cheryl Fuller, 
Carolyn Lewis, Constance Collins, Martha Powel 



PRESBY HALL 



TOP ROW: Mary Gray, treasurer; Alice Cortright, secretary; Sharon 
McGinley, freshman advisor SECOND ROW: Sandra Shipp, vice president; 
Roberta Holderman, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: Mary Gieske, president 




Presby girls strive for activities and academic 
achievement as well as fun and unity within their 
house. Evidence of these goals can be seen by the 
projects and achievements of the girls. 

This year began with an initiation of freshmen 
at Presby. During the first week of the fall semes- 
ter, the Presby girls have a rack-out at which time 
the freshmen are blindfolded and required to go 
through a certain ritual. At the end of this rack-out 
each freshman is crowned by a green cap with the 
letter "P" on it. The cap is to be worn the entire 
week wherever the freshman goes. The initiation 
is concluded with a formal dinner. 




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AVENUE RESIDENCES 

BLAISDELL 
SAUNDERS 




TOP ROW: Maxine Shizuru, treasurer; Norma Pomazal, secretary; Prudence 
Berline, publicity chairman; Barbara Zeman, scholarship chairman; Mary 
Osborn, social chairman; Darlene Cathcart, lllini Guide chairman BOTTOM 
ROW: Miss Naomi Meara, head resident; Barbara Krohta, president; Jean 
Weisinger, vice president 



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"If you don't mind the hike," say the Blaisdell 
and Saunderites, "PAR is a great place to live." 
The girls have proved this by making quite a name 
for the two halls since opening three years ago. 
The halls' tradition of scholarship and leadership 
has grown during this time. Several freshmen were 
named to Alpha Lambda Delta and as James Schol- 
ars, and many freshmen and upper classmen were 
honored at Honors Day. Mortar Board, Shorter 
Board, and Torch also have members from Blaisdell- 
Saunders. 

Of course, fun is also an integral part of the 
lives of the girls. By teaming up with PAR's two 
men's halls, Carr and Babcock, for mixers, dances, 
and campus activities, this was easily afforded. As 
part of the Pennsylvania Avenue complex, Blaisdell 
and Saunders secured the W.I.S.A. first place trophy 
for Homecoming decorations. These high PAR 
spirits continued throughout the year — from Dad's 
Day open house, Christmas parties, PAR-tees, ex- 
changes, and folk sings to Mom's Day celebrations 
and a patio Spring Formal. 



TOP ROW: Susan Wetzel, scholarship chairman; Margaret Grabowski, In- 
ternationa! chairman; Sharyn Wehrii, social chairman; Hedy Nil<ol, presi- 
dent; Miss Barbara Knutsen, head resident SECOND ROW: Linda Laury, 
lllini Guide chairman; Natalie Yule, secretary BOTTOM ROW: Nancy 
Greggain, external vice president; Patricia Shoemaker, international vice 
prseident; Billie Wolf, publicity chairman 



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TOP ROW: Janet Sloboda, Donna Block, Carole Poticha, Ann Travis, Suzanne 
Swanson, Arlene Page, Joyce Fullerton, Deane Singman, Margaret Neal, 
Janice Potter, Betsy Payne, Linda Gady, Elizabeth Herbst, Marilyn Lewis, 
Janet Barksdale, Loralee Jones, Jan Langston, Sandra Van Dam, Martha 
Schurter, Judith Brickman, Ellen Levine, Michael Cunningham THIRD ROW: 
Charlotte Katz, Donna Diekman, Rebecca Missen, Katherine Runge, Lisbeth 
Heitman, Bonnie Polivka, Gertrude Winkels, Connie Holmes, Nancy Wicker- 
shiem, Karen Peterson, Vineta Reichs, Carole Trimble, Jean Kero, Carol 



Johnson, Judith Troy, Claudia Solak, Maria Narcisi, Jane Shostrom, Nina 
Grubaugh, Maureen Hacker, Barbara Benson SECOND ROW: Geraldine 
Brainia, Sheri Rzepka, Patricia Helding, Mary Prosser, Lynn Jansen, Nancy 
Pleskovitch, Donna Leggero, Emma Sterns, Irene Marchertas, Lydie Ge- 
retti. Donna Keiba, Lialia Kuchma, Maria Wojtowycz BOTTOM ROW: 

Julie Lichterman, Lorrayne Stein, Susan Smarkey, Linda Burns, Jeri Parrish, 
Rhoda Sennello, Carol Panozzp, Gayle Niemeyer, Susan Borre, Constance 
Fouts, Sherrie Brown, Kim Hobbs, Kathleen Klehm, Deborah Imie, Susan Roos 



BLAISDELL HALL 



TOP ROW: Maura McMullen, Linda Duis, Gayle Mangold, Jeanne Becke- 
meyer, Patricia Hester, Terry McCotter, Barbara Cox, Leslie Weiner, Janice 
Bourgeois, Nancy Ratke, Kathleen Irish, Holly True, Barbara Thurnes, Ruth 
Thomas, Leslie Stoga, Lynn Trout, Adrienne Smith, Karen Gilles, Marsha 
Greene, Susan Moore, Claire Fredrickson, Phyllis Halperin, Beryl Tuckman, 
Rhonda Sternberg, Miriam Simon, Jane He!big THIRD ROW: Suzanne 
Brotman, Merrill Goldsmith, Jan Kay, Marilyn Todd, Andrea Kosberg, Marilyn 
Bochte, Margaret Mihm, Emily Williams, Lucille Pearson, Therese Shay, 
Nancy Anderson, Sharon Landes, Prudence Berline, Mary Shafer, Barbara 
Boysen, Martha Scott, A.nne Roger, Frances Karpman, Mary Aspengren, Ethel 



Jacobson, Caryn Nathan, Ronna Block, Sandra Sigoloff, Donna Salchow 
SECOND ROW: Mary Duis, Adele Barocca, Mary Osborn, Barbara Mueller, 
Eleanor Houmes, Barbara Krohta, A^axine Shizuru, Barbara Zeman, Norma 
Pomazal, Myra Schectmon, Jean Weisinger, Joan Kuprionis, Kristina Lukas, 
Joyce Blasovich, Barbara Greenfield, Ellen Fisch BOTTOM ROW: Luanne 
Heinie, Linda Steilen, Nancy Lerner, Deborah Lichterman, Judith Overlin, 
Janet Thompson, Laura Lowe, Jeanne Tabor, Kathrynne Dendel, Martha Otto, 
Susan Lane, Marsha Engerman, Sherry Metz, Sandra Noble, Nancy Joslyn, 
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TOP ROW: Carol Houlihan, Billie Wolf, Kathleen Sheridan, Patricia Lance, 
Carol Search, Nancy Miller, Judith Kullberg, Katherine Lang, Franki Isaac- 
son, Leslie Spytkowski, Pamila Goodin, Camille Gwadz, Susan Evans, Mary 
Fite, Judith Runion, Susan Wetzel, Carmen Budds, Myra Schechtman, Wendie 
Elden, Jill Bullington THIRD ROW: Patricia Sullivan, Olivia Chan, Irene 
Kris, Sharon Wineland, Mary Funk, Jane Steverson, Iris Specter, Sandra 
Kungle, Susan Trippel, Susan Rademacher, Karen Martin, Diane Koerner, 



Hedy Nikol, Nancy Erhardt, Susan Spieker, Margo Mansfield, Margaret 
Grabow/ski, Rita Weksler, Joan Bauer SECOND ROW; Linda Laury, Kathleen 
Buettner, Carolyn Wharton, Jonnae Gaston, Shirley Sill, Lesley Anderson, 
Marilyn Zonkel, Janet Compton, Virginia Wassman, Ellen Anderson, Lynne 
Sonaty, Corolyn Harris, Natalie Yule BOTTOM ROW: Maureen Lander, 
Margaret Oliver, Jan Keister, Susan Anderson, Sally Anderson, Diana Belstey, 
Eileen Frank, Judy McEuen, Kay Fredrick, Gwen Potucek, Gloria Galinski 



SAUNDERS HALL 



TOP ROW: Carole Gilbertsen, Cheryle Kazmer, Cheryl Linck, Diane Mar 
gonis, Patricia Sheldon, Diane Snider, Vicky Lindemann, Mary Schellberg 
Kathleen Wilke, Barbara Scottberg, Lia Brovi^n, Gloria Pitman, Joan Levels 
Sandra Safarcyk, Kathleen Kohn, Marie Weaver, Anita Schnitzer, Sandra 
Russell, Theodora Amos, Barbara Marr, Elizabeth Mageri, Sophie Nekrase 
wich THIRD ROW: Kathleen Hernandez, Sheila Stewart, Janice Yates, 
Nancy Krumrey, Patricia Kehoe, Sharon Rose, Ava Roberts, Susan Sebastian 
Sharyn Wehrii, Sandra Kooyenga, Diane Reed, Mary Hackbarth, Janice Ruhr 



Judith Garro, Susan Troth, Marcia Mahn, Cheryl Baron, Marlene Nelson, 
Janice Zoltan, Roberta Mechanic SECOND ROW: Linda Shotke, Barbara 
Fluhler, Susan Busa, Shaun Propper, Janice Weeden, Nancy Greggain, Kath- 
ryn Murphy, Renee Goldman, Mary Rutledge, Karen Nielsen, Judith Krugman, 
Ruth Mooney BOTTOM ROW: Sharon McMillen, Sandra Goshgarian, Judith 
Rhodes, Denis Halloran, Patricia Shoemaker, Lois Winkel, Patricia Havi^k, 
Sue Roeschlein, Dorinda Rodda, Mary Bimba, Carole Barnes, Mary Colby 




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TOP ROW: Mary Walsh, Barbara Ligon, Mary Brunberg, Joan Kleppinger, 
Karen Kirfley, Helene Biclinski, Laura Lytle, Diana Dupin, Carolyn Pinkie, 
Mary Capers, Margaret Oblouk, Rosanne Sisto, Linda Dale, Judy Grove, 
Karol Gagstetter, Sarah McMurry, Lois Swearingen THIRD ROW: Georgia 
Rottner, Nancy Kleist, Joan Tracy, Geraldine Kahovec, Mary Smagatz, Vic- 
toria Terry, Donna Malik, Gay Zimmerman, Nadine Grebliunas, Gay Thomp- 
son, Gayle Momeny, Patricia Roark, Carol Torok, Ann Glass, Mary Hornidge 
SECOND ROW: Karen Larson, Nancy Gleason, Linda Robbins, Kay Olson, 



Sheila Shrode, Joanne Muir, Mrs. Ruby Hardesty, Judy Gish, Luanna Hern- 
ing, Arlie King, Judy Hanson, Carol Yeager BOTTOM ROW: Diane Bruegge- 
man, Elizabeth Dunn, Mary Olson, Claudette Oliver, Sally Bachrach, Sally 
Blackford, Susan Clifford, Pamela Mesha, Kathie Sheldon, Jane Kastning, 
Christi Gerhardt, Sheila Morris NOT IN PANEL: Linda Christianson, Denise 
Garman, Diane Hiavacek, Eleanor Kasch, Susan Luettich, Nan Lundberg, 
Barbara Raack, Natalie Wmzler 



SHERWOOD 



TOP ROW: Sheila Shrode, social chairman; Mary Brunberg, treasurer; Mary 
Capers, vice president BOTTOM ROW: Arlie King, secretary; Joanne 
Muir, president 




The girls at Sherwood Lodge were welcomed 
back to an eventful fall semester by a redecorated 
and furnished house and the smiling face of their 
new house mother. Soon after the semester began, 
they discovered that they had a Homecoming Queen 
finalist and three Dolphin Queen finalists. 

Although activities are a very important part of 
the girls' lives, there is an extra emphasis on grades. 
All freshmen are required to attend one of the sem- 
inars during the week to help them learn how to 
study best for University courses. 

Social events also highlighted each season, for 
there are many formals and pledge dances to attend, 
including the spring dance, "Robin Hood." 



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The spirit of scholastic achievement, co-opera- 
tive living, worship, and fun guides the girls of 
Stratford House, sponsored by the University Bap- 
tist Church. The ideal Stratford girl is serious in 
her life goals and strives to accomplish them. 

Feelings of spiritual devotion, fun, and enthus- 
iasm are exemplified through house events. Every 
year the traditional Ides of March Banquet is held 
where everyone wears Roman togas and drinks grape 
juice from large house trophies. Other Stratford 
specials are Heart Sister Week and Little Brother 
and Little Sister Weekend. To conclude the year's 
activities, the ideal Stratford girl is crowned at the 
annual Spring Formal. 




Flo Fuller, house manager; .AAadeline Behrens, vice president; Nancy Perry, 
chaplain; Joyce Behrens, president; Kathy Roche, social chairman; Elaine 
Yunker, commissar; Polly Frederking, treasurer; Grace Yan, secretary 



STRATFORD HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Brenda Jochums, Margaret Hays, Joan Tatge, Cheryl Phoenix, 
Virginia Lavish, Joan Braswell, Judy Fellov^/s, Carolyn Flessner, Janna Ran- 
kin SECOND ROW: Kathryn Alexander, Judith Skidmore, Bonnie Smith, 
Paula Willison, Kathy Waggoner, Mary Niles, Anita Tripp, Nancy Perry, 



Judith Kurfman, Linda Dauderman BOTTOM ROW: Elaine Yunker, Kathy 
Roche, Flo Fuller, Madeline Behrens, Mrs. Edith McKinney, Joyce Behrens, 
Grace Yan, Polly Frederking NOT IN PANEL: Barbara Buerkle 




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TOP ROW: Diane Sudeikis, social chdirman; Betty Halbesma, treasurer; Joan 
Hubbard, vice president; Sonja Johnson, president BOTTOM ROW: Sheila 
Tierney, secretary 




Sycamore Hall, which has a tradition of being 
one of the most active halls in Arbor Suites, had 
another year with even greater emphasis on activi- 
ties and scholarship. Last year, the Sycamore girls 
paired with the Evans Scholars fraternity to win 
their co-rec baseball league. They were also hon- 
ored by having the Fiji Island Queen and one of the 
ten finalists for Homecoming Queen. 

Dad's Day always proves to be a joyous affair 
for the girls of Sycamore. This year they enter- 
tained the dads by giving skits, which were then 
followed by refreshments. In the skits, each dad 
was portrayed by his daughter as that "good guy" 
which he really is. 



SYCAMORE HALL 



TOP ROW: Sharon Immergluck, Joanne Wyrostei<, Carol Wiggins, Jackie 
Davis, Betty Halbesma, Diane Sudeikis, Shelley Herbst, Elaine Heimanson, 
Judy Jablon THIRD ROW: Mary Wilkins, Laurelle Geils, Mary Trapp, 



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Margaret McCleery, Sonja Johnson, Diane Brown, Barbara Dean, Joan Anen, 
Judie Burkart, Molly Magee SECOND ROW: Joan Hubbard, Sheila Tierney, 
Faye Epstein, Jan Baliva, Nancy Clancy, Mary Toliuszis 




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TOP ROW: Raechel Ohuschewitz, Ann Webster, Eleanor Hudera, Donna 
Drake, Patricia Barry, Eleanor Moty, Lynne Weinberg, Virginia Fisher, Jean 
Woods, Bette Wreath, Margaret Lacey, Joan Kreuser SECOND ROW: Bar- 
bara Sosnowski, Gloria Landsman, Donna Innis, Josephine Gozdecki, Nancy 



Mayer, Mary Brunkow, Marion Rosenthal, Susan Eckert, Margaret Macke, 
Patricia Wettaw, Carola Coates BOTTOM ROW: Elyssa Springer, Jacqueline 
Giles, Rene Steiner, Jo Ann Platter, Marcia Schultz, Miss Nancy Goodwin, 
Janice Couper, Diane Wright, Bernadine Heller, Linda Nickolson 



TAFT HALL 



TOP ROW: Chiye Ishiwari, Dorothy Olsson, Christine Ziemnik, Lynda Lup- 
ton, Janice Gerulski, Joan Lewis, Karen Ford, Sonja Kielhorn, Susan Giller, 
Shirley Thieda, Constance Gawne, Lubomyra Kutko SECOND ROW: Patri- 
cia Denzler, Carol Lewis, Carol Kieser, Vicki Huff, Michele Cech, Pat Don- 
aldson, Marlene Learner, Sharlene Learner, Beverly Sandler, Susan Lerner, 



Ellen Look, Sharon Hall, Lynne Grove BOTTOM ROW: Marie Stanley, 
Darlene Zientarski, Barbara Bromley, Sandra Parker, Betty Nelson, Margaret 
Davidson, Francine Zitlin, Arlene Marzullo, Janet Tabor, Miss Gretchen 
Wright, Miss Suzanne Lebo, Miss Tracy Byron, Marcia Miller 








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TOP ROW: Marlene Gutof, Judith Romersberger, Anita Merritt, Gail Craw- 
ford, Sandra Solomon, Carol Wilder, Shirlie Thompson, Jacquelyn Hagan, 
Eleanor Levine SECOND ROW: Carole Curran, Margaret McGee, Anita 



Miller, Miss Elizabeth Baldridge, Diane Schumacher 
Wexler BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Figge, Elaine DuFa 
lene Spitzner, Elizabeth Magnus, Sandra Horwitz 



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PINE HALL 



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TOP ROW: Nora Barfelf, Linda Magel, Betty Hess, Mary Lou Bedient 
THIRD ROW: Barbara Weeks, Eileen Joyce, Carol Anderson, Geraldine Barth, 
Elaine Brewe SECOND ROW: Bonnie Griffin, Adelle MehaFFey, Barbara 
Kennedy, Barbara Hill, Veree Kepley BOTTOM ROW: Patricia Coombs, Kay 



Meier, Maurine Pacenta, Darleen Nixon NOT IN PANEL: Barbara Brum- 
field. Crystal Collisson, Gretchen Cornwell, Judy Herzog, Sharon Kent, 
Virrginia Nofftz, Amanda Sanchez, Judith Sunderman 



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This past year Van Doren Hall housed ever two 
hundred girls. For the first time in a few years, a 
large portion of these girls are either freshmen or 
transfer students. They work closely with the upper- 
classmen in developing within each girl the three 
qualities of a "Van Doren Girl." The first is a high 
scholastic achievement. The second is interest and 
participation in house and campus activities. The 
last and a greatly emphasized one is individualism. 
Van Doren has much to show for the work of the 
girls, such as the Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, and Alpha Chron members. Also it boasts of 
one Homecoming Queen Semifinalist and Co-Vale- 
dictorian of the class of 1964. 




TWO VAN DOREN residents picket their lounge demanding 
good manners from all ladies present. 



VAN DOREN HALL 



NIGHTLY, in the Van Doren lounge, classes are conducted in those subjects 
not dealt with by the University. Here one of the residents instructs her 
students in packing and unpacking cheaply. 



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TOP ROW: Mary Lou Haberkamp, Diane Schoer, Ruth Struck, Lucy Cole, 
Karen Prosen, Gail Sweeney, Charlene Beck, Gloria Goleas, Gloria Brinck, 
Donna Berg, Jan Irwin, Alice Cook, Antoinette Knuth, Daisy Ucko, Angela 
Gorcjon, Diane Baum, Lucy Goldsmith, Susan Stackhouse, Jeanne Klappauf 
THIRD ROW: Linda Jacobson, Barbara Jacobson, Marsha Fisher, Ann Varna- 
Garis, Ruth Mahnke, Patricia McManamon, Diane DuBois, Carol Tholen, Dianna 
Dunn, Barbara Gross, Linda Reisen, Barbara Graff, Donna Morros, Julia Jung, 
Gail Weiblen, Helene Uritz, Laural Toelle, Lynn Missal, Deanna Klein SEC- 



OND ROW: Gail Silverson, Connstance Durham, Roberta Kite, Sandra Crow, 
Carolyn Maiek, Doreen Korn, Donna Harris, Jill Chapman, Ellen Roberts, 
Mrs. Ritchie, Carol Harper, Irene Harmon, Lucia Bodzewski, Heather Shu- 
bart, Judith Flusser, Patricia Mueller, Merle Newman, Nancy Kelly BOT- 
TOM ROW: Susan Berlow, Audrey Eisenmann, Marlene Blistein, Phyllis 
Vandekerckhove, Naomi Greenburg, Michelle Gamm, Ann Gail Levick, Flor- 
ence Bauma, Frances Fields, Paula Moser, Karen Rosen, Lynn Shulman 



VAN DOREN 



TOP ROW: Karen Rosen, scholarship chairman; Mrs. Ritchie, head resident; 
Phyllis Vandekerckhove, closing chairman; Paula Mosher, social chairman 
BOTTOM ROW: Donna Kehle, lllini Guide chairman; Florence Bauma, first 



vice president; Ann Gall Levick, president; Michelle Gamm, second vice 
president; Naomi Greenburg, treasurer 



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TOP ROW: April Tully, Jane Holloway, Lynne Dryer, Penelope Stella, Nan , 
Wilybrandt, Patricia Tan, Celia Lobosco, Ruth Brunstein THIRD ROW: Har^ 
riet Jaros, Lionelle Hurley, Marjorie Reher, Susan Luzak, Joena Rush, Carolyn 
Lamm, Margaret Marriott, Carlene Griffiths SECOND ROW: Karen Fuqua, 



Judith Loberg, Catherine Sypherd, Patrtcta Lobosco, Mrs. Carl Rohl, 
Carolynne McDevitt, Ada Testolin, Molly Rowe BOTTOM ROW: Ruth 
Hanson, Maxine Ludington, Shirley Strothman, Robin Whitney, Golnaz Sadri, 
Terry Temaner 



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WALNUT HILL 



Joy Bade, Valerie Baker, Joan Barnes, Donna Berry, Marilyn Brenck, Evelyn 
Cohn, Johanna Ellison, Beverly Effort, Susan Faldt, Kathleen Galway, Patri- 
cia Garrison, Audrone Garbenis, Eva Gyori, Vada Garr, Barbara Gentis, 
Ronna Kates, Carol King, Lois Koch, Jacqueline Leahy, Marilyn Lieb, Joy 
Ludwig, Rita Magnuson, Stephanie Matchett, Christina Miles, Barbara Novak, 



Victoria Packer, Rosemary Peternel, Arlene Ruksza, Patricia Sbarboro, Patri- 
cia Seaman, Diane Simons, Barbara Skully, Susan Spurlin, Shera Speed, 
Muffy Wogner, Sandra Weigle, Susan Woolman, Sharon Wright, Karen Zagel, 
Sally Zemke 



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TOP ROW: Venita Boyd, Mary Ford, Elizabeth Gaede, Ruth Battaglia, Linda 
Bartolt, Donna Dearth, Kathryn Sundjtrom, Janet Meyer, Marilyn Stillens, 
Colleen Fink, Susan Stillwell, Karen Moses SECOND ROW: Barbara 

GrindstafF, Patricia Dixon, Nancy Delaplane, Mrs. McBride, Susan Mills, Susan 



Glover, Morita Rogers, Janene Walter BOTTOM ROW: Nana McLin, Ann 
LafFey, Mary Beth Norment, Katherine Harris, Virginia Washburn, Suzanne 
Latocha, Nancy Maxwell NOT IN PANEL: JoAnn Smith, Virginia Grimmer, 
Marjorie Minor 



WESCOGA 



TOP ROW: Barbara Grindstaff, treasurer; Janene Walter, advisory board 
chairman; Nancy Delaplane, president; Morita Rogers, kitchen manager; 
Susan Mills, vice president BOTTOM ROW: Linda Bartolt, secretary; Susan 
Glover, social chairman; Patricia Dixon, commissar 




As Wescoga girls gained from the experience of 
working together in maintaining their home, they 
also enjoyed planning house activities for guests on 
Homecoming, Dad's Day, and Little Sis Weekend. 

The traditional Heart Sister Week, when each of 
the girls does some favor every day for her secret 
sister, and a Pledge Breakfast provided opportuni- 
ties for fellowship. Planning the Pledge dance, 
Christmas Formal, and Faculty Banquet kept each 
of the girls busy, while exchanges and co-rec volley- 
ball provided moments of relaxation. 

Individual participation in many campus church 
foundations showed the Wescoga girls' interest in 
the sharing of religious experiences. 







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WARDALL HALL 



"Getting Started" was this past year's New Stu- 
dent Week theme for Wardall Hall, the University 
of Illinois newest and largest women's residence 
hall. Wardall, which stands twelve stories high, is 
the tallest building on campus and houses five hun- 
dred and fifty women. There is a higher percentage 
of upper classmen than in most University residence 
halls. Wardall boasts such modern conveniences as 
three elevators, drip dry rooms on every floor, and 
a roof sun deck which proved to be extremely popu- 
lar during the spring. 

The task of setting up a house government began 
in the spring of 1964 when large numbers of inter- 
ested girls attended organizational meetings where 
acting officers were elected. When school recon- 
vened in the fall, the girls of Wardall, with the as- 
sistance of head residents, were ready for the school 
year. Enthusiasm was very high among Wardall resi- 
dents as they plunged into University and house 
activities. By spring Wardall Hall had become one 
of the most popular dorms on campus. 



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IlllNI GUIDES and Graduate Assistants- Sally Carmachel, Kay Glidden, 
Letty Wunglueck, Helen Strofshuk, Janet Chisholm, Judy Jirout, Sandra 
Campbell, Patricia Wood, Abbie Hobbs, Joyce Jacobs, Michela Cooper, Char- 
lotte Johnson, Jean Clendenin, Valorie Sonntag, Paula Brockstein, Nancy 
Golden, Anabeth Placko, Norma Riddle, unidentified FLOOR: Carole 
Green, Jane Fawcett 




TOP ROW: Jackie Miller, Kathe Harris, Lois Bruckman, Carol Cahan, Terry 
Thompson, Bobbi Henner, Sherrie Nielsen, Barbara Henneman, Susan Schartz, 
Lynda Nicosia BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Allen, head resident; Rebecca Becker, 
scholarship chairman; Victoria Van Mullem, scholarship chairman; Clair Pas- 
kiet. Dad's Day chairman; Sandra Hubatka, social chairman; Nancy Johnson, 
legislative chairman; Alma Belkin, judiciary chairman; Jane Faw/cett, lllin: 
Guide chairman; Carol Kennedy, treasurer; Helen Hawkins, head resident; 
Pat Lechner, secretary; Mary Nerad, president 







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TOP ROW: Letty Zvonek, Diane Sanders, Jackaline Carey, Donna Cox 
THIRD ROW: Sylvia Reeverts, Jary Allen, Carole Larson, Janis Africh, 
Roberta Harrison, Carol Ginsburg, Jean Kadans, Margaret Croak, Kathryn 
Amft, Carol Moeller, Barbara Lawless, Maureen Goldstein, Flonet Wallace, 
Marilyn Mudlaff, Pearl Fyhrie, Terry Thompson SECOND ROW: Catherine 
Militello, Barbara Gazaway, Georgia Anargyros, Marianne Parrillo, Barbara 
Contratto, Marsha Lee, Grace Carey, Mary Williamson, Colette Barnett, Sara 



Soder, Sharon Thompson, Beverly Wolman, Karine Vogen, Gloria Carreon, 
Olga Demkowicz BOTTOM ROW: Robin Medintz, Kathleen Erickson, 

Jacqueline Miller, June Bartow, Petri Spielman, Rosalie Zukrowski, Cherie 
Casterton, Corrie Carlington, JoAnne Marth, Nancy Golden, Jean Clendenin, 
Mary Capitani, Barbara Uhll, Janet Moorhouse, Heidi Meinhardt, Patricia 
Dilustro 



WARDALL HALL 



TOP ROW: Dalia Azubalis, Susan Wall, Carol Garland, Doris Dewitt, Mar- 
garet Malone SECOND ROW: Connie Rudsinski, MaryBeth Nelson, Cheryl 
Zajac, Mary Gieselmann, Karen Miller, Karen Davis, Sandra Jay, Donna 
Ortgiesen, Palricia Rydberg, Martha Maulding BOTTOM ROW: Carol 



Berger, Wilmette Monnier, Susan Angell, Patricia Smith, Mary Sheehy, 
Clare Paskiet, Susan Fleischli, Patrice Cummings, Phyllis Lessly, Lois 
Bruckman 




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TOP ROW: Kathy McMahon, Sharon Clarkston, Nancy Hurt THIRD ROW: 
Barbara Henneman, Pamela Strumitto, Sherye Garmony, Lee Dieter, Barbara 
Thornley, Victoria Leunig, Margaret Leinan, Marsha Miller, Betty Mitchell, 
Barbara Hecht, Vivette Holland, Victoria Schmidt, Marguerite Carson, 
Carol McMichael, Carol Johnson, Linda Hutton, Diane Horwath SECOND 
ROW: Judith Weintraub, Marilyn West, Rebecca Schauer, Terry Schuize, 



Marilyn Hoerburger, Cathy Kaufman, Russetta Flanders, Sammy Dean, 
Marsha Thomson, Becki Duncan, Bonita Burian, Barbara Stryker, Ann 
Meier, June Gasper, Merle Rovel BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Summer, Sai 
Hyun Lee, Carole Green, Marlene Tare, Sharon Karas, Ruth Fowler, Dianne 
Capritta, Gayle Borger, Ruth Miller, Mary Bohlen, Charlene Kooperman, 
Jane Levin, Sherrie Taub 



WARDALL HALL 



TOP ROW: Carol Costello, Barbara Sax, Helen Strotshuk, Kathryn Ernst, 
Jeanette Keller, Joyce Harant THIRD ROW: Betty Watts, Carol Larson, 
Linda Mages, Florence Chan, Roslyn Ricchio, Helen Robinson, Barbara 
Fasting, Barbara Reid, Evelyn Whiteside, Dorothy Paydon, Rhonda Kasik, 
Nancy Barkley, Marsha Winters, Margaret Dierking, Jean Sw/anson SEC- 
OND ROW: Frances Tsao, Eugenie King, Shirley Wise, Sue Rock, Michelle 
Protus, Denise Davlantes, Patricia Steiner, Patricia Sera, Lois Shelton, 



Linda Keyset, Susan Rudman, Ingrid Berglund, Nancy Johnson, Beverly 
Timm, Mary Bartoli, Eileen Baker BOTTOM ROW: Belkis Wu, Jean 
Eraser, Wendy Arbit, Anne Pomerantz, Marlene Santore, JoAnn Massa, 
Kathryn Ehrhardt, Katherine Bailey, Susan Levy, Phyllis Lesser, Kathleen 
Mason, Barbara Berlin, Inez Soifer, Lois HofFman, Corinne Claude, Susan 
Campanini, Mellta Zahradka 




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TOP ROW: Beth Brown, Birute Jasas, Mary Fennell, Joan Michalcik, 
Marilyn Hamburger, Ann Bacher, Laurel Koop THIRD ROW: Donna 
Hypke, Barbara Sauer, Judy Porter, Joan Solomon, Marcia Weiner, Jane 
Clark, Amy Levine, Beverly Kessler, Freddie Strauss, Sharon Nielsen, 
Marie Ludmer, Judith Kerchner, Donna Pierce, Michelle Steeves, Joyce 
Lewis, Susan StingI, Christine Krebs SECOND ROW: Melody McCormick, 
Beryl Cohen, Lynne HofFman, Diana Schwartz, Roberta Herbert, Carolyn 



Arsenaulf, Sandra Kimpler, Judith Holzman, Carol Hanscom, Tina Sinde- 
lar, Frances Keer, Judy StefFens, Judith Spence, Roberta Henner, Carolyn 
Carraro BOTTOM ROW: Dan-Lai Liang, Sandra Gyory, Christine Jurkow- 
ski, Monia Royack, Adrienne Allen, Joan Fingold, Carolyn Lester, Joan 
Matthews, Marsha Francis, Myrna Hankin, Kathleen Finerty, Cherie Smith, 
Belinda Etheridge, Patricia Mastalarz, Thelma Mathis, Elizabeth Tyler 



WARDALL HALL 



TOP ROW: Barbara Lyckberg, Joanne Erdmann, Dolores Siegel THIRD 
ROW: Nancy Ridder, Karen Kiick, Deborah Hauser, Mary Annis, Nancy 
Stephenson, Patricia Bascom, Carol Kennedy, Katherine Sobeski, Mary 
McCulloch, Carol Cahan, Regina Stahl, Joan Bobrowski, Elizabeth Osborn, 
Cynthia Wakeley, Sharon Brown SECOND ROW: Kathleen Remus, Ellen 
Morris, Susan Buchler, Lorraine Hough, Janet Livengood, Diane Kolens, 



Frangee Vierheller, Loretta Smith, Sandra MacNiff, Marilyn Ryback, Linda 
Zull, Sandra Skoney, Stasia Oertley, Jean MacDonald BOTTOM ROW: 
Catherine Swift, Bonny Schmitt, Rosemary LaPorta, Barbara Schulman, 
Lynn Firsel, Sandra Cohen, Susan Wakefield, Vivian Ward, Mary Krzyzek, 
Elma List, Nancy Hardin, Julie Chen, Gail Nakamura, Mary Clebucki, 
Valorie Sonntag, Michela Cooper 




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A house of seventy men, Acacia is represented 
in all the phases of University life, from consist- 
ently ranking among the top ten fraternities in 
scholarship to participating in Stunt Show. "Happi- 
ness is Dogpatch, U.S.A." was the theme of this 
year's first place show with Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Acacia excells through the co-operative spirit 
and teamwork of the men. One of their most grati- 
fying accomplishments was the transplant of a for- 
ty-foot, ten-ton blue spruce evergreen tree in the 
front yard. This tree is now a symbol for their new 
pledges of the aggressive spirit that helps to keep 
Acacia socially and academically "tops." 




TOP ROW: Roger Cogswell, rush chairman; Steven Anderson, social chair- 
man; Gerald Schoonhoven, president; Bill Alexander, treasurer BOTTOM 
ROW: Roger Angel, pledge trainer; Richard Gove, secretary 



ACACIA 



TOP ROW: David Marl, Robert Walburg, Dean Roberts, Richard Conlin, 
Richard Barton, William Brookhart, James Crusius, Glenn Cutler, James Hatch, 
John Burroughs, Gary Gerberich, Raymond Herrmann, Glenn Savage, Charles 
Martin, Bruce Scotton, James Eggers THIRD ROW: Stephen Hindman, 
Kenneth Barnes, James Zumwralt, Peter Liefer, Roger Angel, Fredrick Kabat, 
Richard Wilmot, Larry Guthrie, Thomas Trent, Roger Wolfe, Wayne Johnson, 
Roger Warnke, John Renfrow, Thomas Flanders, Richard Crusius, Donald 
Jones, Donald Dedic, Donald Lykkebak SECOND ROW: Ward Hargis, 
Roger Adelman, Roger Rentshler, John Chapman, James Bliss, Richard 



Gove, Steven Anderson, Gerald Schoonhoven, Roger Cogsw/ell, Wayne 
Spitzer, Richard Budde, Ray Perisho, Ronald Wabel, William Alexander, 
Norman Werner, Lynn Parr BOTTOM ROW: Amado Aguirre, Ernest West- 
lund, Ronald Feeley, Thomas Harmon, William Budde, George Biderman, 
Thomas Bean, William Greer, Kenneth Newgren, Paul Jenson, Allan Fierce, 
Phillip Moore, Gary Upp, Jack Arfstrom, Harold Fisk, Floyd Parks, David 
Armstrong NOT IN PANEL: Robert Hochhalter, Robert Glazebrook, Robert 
Pearson, Larry Wimmer, Richard Phalen, Larry Carius 



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TOP ROW: Charles Hulick, nlual ofFicer; Roberl Moreen, president; Armand 
Johnson, vice president; Roger Patelski, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Joseph 
Hayek, secretary; John Elgin, infernal coordinator 



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Alpha Chi Rho surprised the entire campus this 
year by sponsoring their own Homecoming Dance 
"Security Is . . ." in the lllini Union on the night of 
Homecoming! Already a well-known campus tradi- 
tion is the annual "Cave Man Drag," which is held 
every spring. To round out their full social calendar, 
the Crows held their annual pledge dance followed 
by their Winter Formal and Sweetheart Formal, and 
the usual array of sweater dances, serenades, and 
exchanges with different sororities. 

To sum up the year, the Crows certainly realized 
their goal of excellence in scholarship, social life, 
and leadership on campus. 



ALPHA CHI RHO 



TOP ROW: James Graham, Thomas Sweeney, Micael Porter, Robert Rosenow, 
Donald Krehl, William Harant, John Eck, Donald Broman, William Henle, 
Lawrence Stuart THIRD ROW: John Downs, John Shriver, William Laird, 
Randall Georgios, William Dyer, Armand Johnson, Dannis Frings, Glenn 
Johnson, Roger Puta, John McQuown SECOND ROW: Joseph Hayek, 



Charles Hulick, John Elgin, Robert Moreen, Roger Patelski, Harvey Smith, 
Don Sanders BOTTOM ROW: John Andersen, Fredric Moloznik, Darrell 
Pepple, Ronald Singleton, Dale Schunk, Donald Kress, Kent Yauch, Wesley 
Anderson NOT IN PANEl: Donald Small, Lloyd Marquardt, Frederic Schoen 



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TOP ROW: Leonard Hilts, John Stasney, Jack Yobski, Robert Hoyt, William 
Sheppach, John McDonnell, George Hajny, Michael Sidney, Roy Eriksen, 
Allan Fiester, Roald Bergmann, Kenneth Alexander, Gary Moogk, Robert 
Jordan, Duane Gerlach, Robert Schmidt, Richard Murphy THIRD ROW: 
James Castagno, Gordon Shankland, Theodore Kiersch, Max Prusak, Michael 
Siegert, David Hamman, Raymond Cole, William Saer, Louis Drake, Bruce 
Ellingwood, Roger Pogue, Roger Kasch, Donald Reback, Everett Sidwell, 
Richard Stilley, John Mavis SECOND ROW: Charles Sharp, James Kasper, 
John Wollney, Scott Mitchell, Jon Gregg, Thomas Richter, Norman Nelson, 



Denis Weber BOTTOM ROW: Larry Worthen, Nicholas Remus, Wayne 
Grauzas, Edward Fahrner, Robert Might, George Mathis, John Glennon 
NOT IN PANEL: David Salyers, Gerald Wagner, John Chapman, Jeffrey 
Meachum, Charles Glasner, Philip Basil, William Read, Michael Morrow, 
John Prescott, Richard Luelkeymeyer, William Arnold, Reino Lanto, Steven 
Miller, William Zillman, Carl Schwekeirt, Thomas Freeman, Robert Loftus, 
Alan Harkness, Dennis Worthen, Jerry Nelson, Melvin Marini, John Frost, 
Edwin Johnson, Richard Komarek 



ALPHA DELTA PHI 



Everything is going great at 310 John Street — 
everything from scholastic to activities to social fun. 
The Alpha Delts are consistently in the first quartile 
scholastically and have brothers on the membership 
lists of most campus honoraries. 

The men of Alpha Delta Phi are fast acquiring a 
reputation for being fleet-footed. For the third 
year in a row they captured the first place trophy 
in the annual Greek Week Chariot Race. 

Topping the full house social calendar is the 
Christmas Formal. Follov\/ing the banquet the Alpha 
Delt pin-girls and dates are dazzled by the 40-foot 
Christmas tree touching the ceiling in the living 
room where the sweetheart is later crowned. 




TOP ROW: Charles Sharp treasurer; Norman Nelson, literary chairman SEC- 
OND ROW: John Wollney, pledge trainer; Scott Mitchell, president; Thomas 
Richter, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: Jon Stasney, recording secretary; 
Jon Gregg, corresponding secretary 




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TOP ROW: Scott Diamond, Jeffrey Blumberg, Jeffrey Marks, Frank Wolfe, 
Jarvis Friduss, Barton Springer, Harris Greenwald, Cf^ester Nudelman, David 
Ellman, Jeffrey Simon, Micfiael Povio, James Rosenweig, Larry Ross, Gerald 
Pinto, Ronald Zuber, Fred Levy THIRD ROW: Randall Polisky, Howard 
Gundee, David Willenzik, Walter Kamen, David Garron, Marvin Benn, Ken- 
neth Suskin, Harley Cokliss, Michael Horvitch, David Weiner, Howard 
Levitan, Martin Schaner, David Simon, Michael Santow SECOND ROW: 



Maer Davis, Ronald Shattil, Philip Wolin, Daniel Crane, Sorrel Fagel, David 
Sacks, Mrs. Helen Denim, Martin Rothenberg, Julien Tatarskv, Alan Hoff- 
man, Richard Kuhlman, Alan Freedman BOTTOM ROW: Robert Wolen, 
Irwin Snyder, Steven Rivenson, William Chapman, Peter Pearlman, Robert 
Goldman, Jeffrey Weston, Michael Blair, Stewart Zelmar, William Frank, 
Arthur Tandy NOT IN PANEL: Roger Adell, Barry Permut, Michael Honig, 
Richard Superfine, Barry Novak 



ALPHA EPSILON PI 



TOP ROW: Alan Hoffman, pursar; Michael Honig, lieutenant master; Daniel 
Crane, scribe; David Sacks, master; Barry Permut, pledge trainer; Sorrel 
Fagel, exchequer 




A diversity of interests plus unity of purpose sym- 
bolize the ideals of Alpha Epsilon Pi. Leadership in 
many campus activities, such as Student Senate, 
Star Course, and Armory Theatre is attained by 
many of the AEPi men. 

Achieving third place scholastically among all 
fraternities was the result of hard work and the ex- 
cellent living conditions of a new house which was 
built several years ago. Also, by placing men on 
such teams as varsity baseball and fencing, the stress 
which is laid upon the development of the well- 
rounded individual is shown. The Alpha Epsilon Pi 
house believes that further recognition in the fu- 
ture can only be attained by achievement. 




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Alpha Gamma Rho, the only national Social-Pro- 
fessional fraternity of agriculture, has a deeper 
foundation for bonds of brotherhood than strictly 
social organizations. The AGR's common interest 
continues to cement the fraternity together after 
graduation, making for strong alumni associations. 

Last year AGR excelled in scholarship, activities, 
and intramural athletics. Three freshmen were ini- 
tiated into Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholastic 
honorary. One brother was initiated into Sachem, 
a junior men's activity honorary, another became a 
member of Wa-Na-See, the senior mens' activity 
honorary. The AGR tug-of-war team was victorious 
for the third consecutive llliolymics. 




TOP ROW: David Bechfel, rush chairman; John Matteson, house manager 
Joseph Hopkms, alumni secretary; David Jacobsgaard, usher; Donald 
Degler, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: John Pererson, reporter; Dan 
Hoge, vice noble ruler; Alen Leman, noble ruler; Ronald McCelland, secre- 
tary; John Dittmer, chaplain 



ALPHA GAMMA RHO 



TOP ROW: Michael Gray, Theodore Staker, Thomas Degler, Larry Heiser, 
Thomas Richardson, Robert Potts, Steve Nelson, Hugh Forbes, Joseph Hop- 
kins, Thad Kuhfuss, John Dittmer, Robert Pritchard, John Peterson, Jack 
Jennings, Thomas Hunsley, Russel Smith, Richard Stegall THIRD ROW- 
Ken Baumgartner, Leiand Herzberger, Leo Ferrel, William Wolters, Allen 
c '"t"',.l°^'"' '^'1,?'"^"' Robert Johnson, Ronald McClelland, John Matteson, 

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Killey SECOND ROW: Rex Piper, Dennis Anderson, James Behrens, Don 



Gehlbach, David Bechtel, John Querfeld, Al Bock, Dennis Hackett, Max 
Murheid, Steve Cuppy, Dan Hoge, Philip Schleeter, George Courter, Charles 
Bloornberg, Steven Shade, Duane Ischer BOTTOM ROW: Leonard Lindsay 
David Hawkinson, David Akin, Raymond Schumaker, Kenneth Urban, Gaii 
Allaman, Philip Francis, Thomas Ranson, George Anderson, Larry Krusemark 
James Klokkenga, James Herm, Jay King, David Ruppert, Thomas Hofer 
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TOP ROW: Stephen Short, recording secretary; Richard Razgaitis, vice 
president; Christopher Blackmore, pledge trainer; Robert Horstman, cor- 
responding secretary; Rockne Carter, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: Harry 
Vogelsinger, treasurer; William Moore, rush chairman; Douglas Scudamore, 
president; Theodore Harvey, table and social critic 




Alpha Kappa Lambda has consistently contrib- 
uted more than its share of campus leaders. This 
year was no exception. Three AKLs were major 
chairmen in the lllini Union and one man served as 
recorder and cabinet member of the YMCA. 

While scholastic achievement remained high, 
AKL continued to exhibit its penchant for being a 
well rounded house by combining musical talent 
and good humor in making Stunt Show finals with 
Chi Omega. 

AKL was honored by the presence of the na- 
tional president and secretary at the Father's Day 
Banquet celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. Four 
of the brothers attended the Fiftieth Grand Na- 
tional Conclave in Berkeley, California. 



ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 



TOP ROW: George McKeown, Robert Bixler, George Gilkerson, William 
Plater, William Ballantyne, Donald Hawn, James Gieseke, Thomas Gumbel, 
Robert Strohm, William Moore, Bon Hartline, John Boyer, Christopher Black- 
more, Keith Phelps THIRD ROW: Karl Kessler, Robert Tinkham, James 
irvin, Bruce Meyer, Daniel Kramer, William Kelly, Arthur Neavill, Harold 
Pritchett, Bruce Greenwood, Richard Speers, Jerrold Beger, Robert Wetzel, 
Donald Meier, Mark Bateman, James Watson, John Logan SECOND ROW: 



Dennis Felty, Theodore Harvey, Paul Trester, Stephen Short, Richard Raz- 
gaitis, Douglas Scudamore, Harry Vogelsinger, Raymond Schlueter, Robert 
Horstman BOTTOM ROW: James Nutt, Richard Baker, James Dollahan, 
Thomas Allyn, Richard Jones, Robert Amram, Richard Tomlin, John Peirce, 
Stanley Conway, Robert Sinclair, Gary Carr NOT IN PANEL: Carl Ander- 
son, Douglas Balz, Richard Carlson, Rockne Carter, Lee Dutton, Jerry Franks, 
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Lev, Gerald Vest, Richard Lageose, Stephen Hunter, David Greenhaigh, 
William McQueen THIRD ROW: William Cotner, Dennis Braun, Robert 
Lamson, Harry Stitle, Roger Helser, James Smithson, Joseph Bain, Robert 



Banko, Michael Lux, James Johnston SECOND ROW: Richard Eschner, 
Roger Maynard, David Mitchell, Mrs. Headley, Paul Friesen, William Nem- 
mers, Walter Hultsch BOTTOM ROW: Eric Widholm, David Doob, Edwin 
Watts, Gai-y Phipps NOT IN PANEL: Roy Drasites, Edvi/ard Roswog 



ALPHA RHO CHI 



Because Alpha Rho Chi is a national social and 
professional fraternity limiting membership to the 
College of Fine and Applied Arts, it takes great 
pride in its academic record and stresses an effec- 
tive scholastic program for each member. 

The men of Alpha Rho Chi participated in many 
activities and intramural sports throughout this 
year, serving on major committees on campus while 
bringing home trophies in homecoming decorations, 
volleyball, bowling, and pledge pajama races. 

On the weekend of November 14, many alumni 
and national officers were present to help celebrate 
the fiftieth anniversary of Alpha Rho Chi on the 
University of Illinois campus. 




TOP ROW: William Nemmers, secretary; Walter Hultsch, fifth board mem- 
ber; Roger Maynard, treasurer; Paul Friesen, vice president BOTTOM 
ROW: David Mitchell, president 




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TOP ROW: Ricliard Vvalker, Joseph Pesek, Larry Travis, Timothy Caveney, 
Wiliam Sfiliweli, Danial Izard, Thomas Allen, Robert Hermann, Thomas 
Locke, Jered Hopper THIRD ROW; Anthony Flores, James Cooper, Alan 
Drew, Richard Watson, John Weibel, Alan Bennett, Robert Bidnar, William 
Diehl, Donald Bennett, Gary Rasmussen SECOND ROW: Quentin Robnett, 



Richard Otiey, Robert Crook, David Ediund, Thomas Jones, Mrs. Beatrice 
Harland, William Lough, Charles Given FIRST ROW: Thomas Oetgen, 
Thomas Koblinski, Gary Fitzgerald, John Lough, Robert Caldwell, Dennis 
Calvert, James McKee, Arthur Drach 



ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



TOP ROW: Richard OtIey, secretary; Robert Bidnar, rush chairman; Wil- 
liam Lough, marshall BOTTOM ROW: Quentin Robnett, treasurer; Thomas 
Jones, president; David Ediund, vice president 




Alpha Sigma Phi has a three-point program con- 
sisting of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship 
and the Alpha Sig activities this past year were 
directed toward this program. The initiation fee of 
Alpha Sig pledges, for example, is paid by the chap- 
ter if a pledge does exceptionally well scholastically 
during his first semester pledging. 

The men of Alpha Sigma Phi had four dances dur- 
ing the year. These included a pledge dance each 
semester, the traditional "Black and White" winter 
formal, and a spring sweetheart formal, which was 
coupled with a banquet and a picnic to make it the 
major social event of the year. 




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This year Alpha Tau Omega began its second cen- 
tury. Among activities of the centennial were a con- 
clave of mid-western chapters and the national con- 
gress which observed the dedication of the new 
national headquarters in Champaign. Some of the 
achievements of the national fraternity were the 
replacement of "hell week" with Help Week and 
an outstanding public relations program acclaimed 
by National Interfraternity Council. 

The Illinois chapter observed its 70th anniversary 
by winning three intramural football crowns, receiv- 
ing the award for outstanding chapter publications, 
and holding faculty-student dinners. 




TOP ROW: Robert Adams, pledge trainer; Arthur Becker, house manager; 
Stephen Corn, house committee member SECOND ROW: Carey Neracher, 
secretary; Robert Evans, rush chairman; Philip Bohaboy, vice president; Gill 
Carman, secretary BOTTOM ROW: Robert Rea, scholarship chairman; 
Richard Murphy, president; Robert Linn, treasurer 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



TOP ROW: Patrick McGrath, Terry Cole, Robert Nelson, Thomas Murphy, 
Van Ackerman, Robert Phipps, Charles Dasenbrook, James Kehoe, Arthur 
Becker, Robert Bachman, Kenneth Trigger, David Florio, John Petersen, 
Richard Fredricks, William Carey, Larry Tolbert, John Mattson, Tony Kikas, 
Joseph Drolet, Charles Traub, Peter Bates, Dennis Mool THIRD ROW: John 
Smith, Lawrence Wright, William George, Preston Johnson, John Sorensen, 
Thomas Crickmer, Gregory Wright, Dennis Likosar, Charles Lund, Philip 
Bohaboy, Allen Sheldon, Robert Brown, Larry Hinton, Terrell Sharp, Robert 
Nolan, Daniel England, Stephen Hatfield, Lawrence Jontzen, Richard Lind- 
blade, David Dickey, Stephen Corn SECOND ROW: Thomas Hardy, Robert 
Linn, Edward Didrickson, John Carlile, George Latham, Thomas Meade, Rob- 



ert Rea, Robert Adams, Richard Murphy, Mrs. Thelma Andrews, August 
Rump, Brian Grant, Barton Cole, Philip Prince, Gill Garman, Ivan Johnson, 
William Hackbert, Carey Neracher BOTTOM ROW: Duane Teske, Tom 
Svoboda, Gary Beschorner, Robert Darley, Roy Ricketts, James Schiller, 
Michael Hasselberg, Michael DeYoung, James Frakes, Michael Cleary, John 
Mulliken, Donald Briggs, Robert Maynard, Vernon Tock, Charles Lampley 
NOT IN PANEL: Donald Anderson, Jay Barnhart, Robert Batchelder, Ronald 
Bess, Allan Bohaboy, Richard Callaghan, John Capel, Harry Cook, Robert 
Evans, Stephen Kimbell, Scolt Lorenz, Robert Miller, John Myers, John Reis- 
ing, Kenneth Schreiner, Richard Tate, James Vopicka, John Wright 




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TOP ROW: David Schlitz, corresponding secretary, Ronald Haines, rush 
chairman; Ronald Knez, treasurer; Chris Jensen, house manager BOTTOM 
ROW: John Bernhardt, president; Donald Stamberger, recording secretary; 
Steven Broquist, pledge trainer 




Beta Sigma Psi, national social fraternity for 
Lutheran men, is proud of its tremendous expansion 
both nationally and locally within the last several 
years. Nationally, Beta Sig has nearly doubled its 
membership since the turn of the decade. Here in- 
creased manpower has brought a proportional in- 
crease in many facets of college life. Locally, de- 
termination has led to strong bowling, volleyball, 
and football teams. Social life is equal in spirit, with 
exchanges and dances helping ease the tensions of 
hard study. 

Every social season at Beta Sigma Psi includes the 
spring "Gold Rose Formal," when the fraternity 
sweetheart receives her crown. 



BETA SIGMA PSI 



TOP ROW: Michael Baucom, Paul Wentland, John Lere, Michael Masny, 
Allen Keiser, Charles Fisher, Douglas Aniballi, Norman Harms, Keith Shep- 
pelman, Charles Steinbrink, Hov^ard Elliott, Frank Lambrecht, Kenneth Arney, 
Richard Leverenz, Paul Monke, David Skibbe SECOND ROW: Russell 
Niemi, Alan Schramm, Terry Ernst, Jon Swanson, Randall Siekman, William 



Russell, David Aschbacher, Steve Wilson, Frederick Mueller, Gary Best, 
Gerald Meyer, Robert Benson, John Quirsfeld, Duane Coordes, Glen Man- 
heim BOTTOM ROW: Lawrence Milam, Ronald Haines, Ronald Knez, 
Chris Jensen, John Bernhardt, Steven Broquist, Donald Stamberger, Robert 
Dodson, David Schlitz, Ronald Johnson, William Hartman 




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James Myrick, Namo Lundeen, Larry Bell, William Silhan, Robert Johanson, 
Gerald Mettille, Larry Pflederer, David Player, Ronald Bottrell, Donald Huis- 
inga, James Potter, Kenneth Polaski, James Stewart, Allan Ferreria, Randy 
Reu THIRD ROW: Robert Holty, Gerald Beck, Robert Hutchinson, Joseph 
Vangsness, William Sullivan, Charles Kohr, David Michelman, Robert New- 
berg, George Redmon, George Simmons, Larry Fears, Richard Thornes, James 



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Nicol, Richard Anderson, Ronald Evans SECOND ROW: Gerald Singer, 
Dennis Siebold, Daniel Kuebier, Richard Daeschner, Joseph Goleash, Mrs. 
Mildred Butner, John Iverson, Richard Prince, Scott Harris, Paul Vernon, 
Dennis Rathje BOTTOM ROW: Frederick Klemm, Richard Leng, Robert 
West, Joseph Flaig, Marc Lobdell, Tom Stanford, Michael Alberts, William 
Ziehn, John Robertson, Michael Rodgerson, Robert Lorenz 



BETA THETA PI 



The men of Beta Theta Pi possess many of those 
qualities that determine the worth of any frater- 
nity. The scholarship record that the Betas have 
compiled over the past years shows that they have 
one of the highest scholastic averages on campus. 

The athletic ability of the Betas is evidenced 
through their participation and success in all major 
I.M. events. In varsity competition they can boast 
about having the captains of the basketball and 
football teams plus numerous letter winners in 
these and other sports. Social and extracurricular 
activities are not left out, for Betas hold top posi- 
tions in Student Senate, I.F.C., and ILLIO. 




TOP ROW: Gerald Singer, rush chairman; John Iverson, vice president; 
Joseph Goleash, president; Richard Prince, treasurer; Scott Harris, social 
chairman BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Kuebier, house manager; Richard Daesch- 
ner, pledge trainer; Dennis Siebold, scholarship chairman 




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TOP ROW: Joseph Girardi, John Freese, Walter Chepulsis, David Kromka, 
William Watson, James Huth, Charles Konrad, Donald Gianone, Elliot Linne, 
Bruce Pestell, Bruce Anderson, Allen Spiegel, Gene Wong, John Goldberg 
THIRD ROW: Mitchell Farris, James Cooke, Martin Spiegel, John Mottar, 
Robert Svestka, Duane Bolin, Joseph Borysowicz, Warren Newell, Allyn 
Brooks, Samuel Zagaria, Charles Yureskes, Allan Olsen, John Gilchrist 



SECOND ROW: Dennis Huffington, Douglas Sainsbury, David Burdloff, 
Michael Cowan, Ronald Lipinski, Peter Frantz, Patrick Fitzgerald, John Secrest 
BOTTOM ROW: Anthony Freda, Stephen Christoaoulou, Steven Seymour, 
Chi, David Brent, Brian Altman, Paul Olinick NOT IN PANEL: Gerald 
Mager, Dennis Ditez 



CHI PHI 



TOP ROW: Patrick Fitzgerald, historian; Douglas Sainsbury, secretary; Michael 
Cowan, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: David Burdloff, pledge trainer; Ronald 
Lipinski, president; Peter Frantz, vice president 




Scholastic achievement was once again forennost 
to the men of Chi Phi. As a reward and incentive 
for scholastic success, the Sparks Memorial Medal 
and the Jim Lee Memorial Award were given to 
those who maintained high scholastic records. To 
help keep up these scholastic achievements, a six- 
week "How to Study" program was established and 
proved beneficial to both pledges and actives. 

The members were also active in numerous cam- 
pus activities. Participation in varsity sports was not 
overlooked as Chi Phis competed in golf, baseball, 
and had a basketball manager. Other activities in- 
cluded Student Senate, Pershing Rifles, and Con- 
cert Choir singing by Chi Phis. 




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Perhaps no other fraternity can claim as color- 
ful a history as Chi Psi fraternity which, having 
been established in 1841, is one of the oldest in 
the country. Chi Psi's illustrious founder, Phillip 
Spencer, was the first and only man ever to be 
hanged for mutiny in the United States Navy, Her- 
man Melville subsequently used the incident as the 
central topic for his renowned book Billy Budd. A 
few other unique features of Chi Psi history in- 
clude: the first uniform accounting system, the 
first traveling visitor, the first traveling secretary, 
and the first fraternity house. The Chi Psis are 
proud of their rich heritage and strive to exemplify 
it through their ventures of today. 




TOP ROW: James Wamsley, pledge' trainer; Owen Funk, scholarship chair- 
man; John Clark, vice president BOTTOM ROW: Donald Hickey, rush 
chairman; Jerold Leckman, secretary; Marion Glazebrook, president; Wil- 
liam Kennedy, treasurer 



CHI PSI 



TOP ROW: Gregory Blatnik, Donald Hickey, William Ring, John Holbrook, 
Frank Reid, Lance Wuellner, Jon Malerich, Stephen Hagen, Kenneth Clark, 
Edward Daggett THIRD ROW: Lynn Landberg, James Chickles, Jack Wilbur, 
James Gillespie, Gene Ackerman, Richard Cochran, Owen Funk, Charles 
Konrad, John Paulsgrove, Stephen Hubbard SECOND ROW: James 





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nedy, Gilbert Goodgion BOTTOM ROW: John McKinney, Guy Fox, Wil- 
bert Kaisebeir, James Davis, David Marriott, Barry English NOT IN PANEL: 
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TOP ROW: Donald Angus, secretary; James Goodale, external vice presi- 
dent; Charles Phillips, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: William Storbeck, presi- 
dent; Stephen Thiems, internal vice president; Donald Froehlich, sergeant at 
arms; Gary Vondrasek, corresponding secretary 




The key word describing Delta Chi is growth. A 
substantial increase in membership resulted in the 
fraternity's acquiring an annex to serve until the 
chapter house addition is completed. A continued 
growth has also been demonstrated through im- 
proved scholarship, participation in campus activi- 
ties, and a more diverse program of social events. 

The D Chi accomplishments in University intra- 
murals have been outstanding. House teams won 
IM division championships in football and water 
polo. In addition, the D Chis received the Orange 
Division total-point championship trophy and the 
IM All-Fraternity Sportsmanship trophy. 



DELTA CHI 



TOP ROW: Michael Gabrione, Thomas Tingleff, James Olson, Edward 
Killian, John Bryant, Gregory Kramp, Eldon Senner, Darrell Burnett, William 
Tookey, Jay Lipke, Robert Badal, Michael McClellan, Paul Welch, Richard 
Genovese, James Schaffner, David Davis, John Clayton THIRD ROW: 
Gary Chessman, William Kief, William Vedral, Russel McCormick, George 
Munz, Ronald Schuh, William Koves, Frank Buehler, Henry Keaton, Robert 
Rogers, Lloyd Prevett, Elliot Dodge, Ronlyn Smith, Richard Shrode, John 




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sek, Charles Phillips, Stephen Thiems, William Storbeck, James Goodale, 
Donald Angus, Robert Fischer, James Kacena, Gerald Unks BOTTOM ROW: 
John Gates, Richard Rabb, William Rogers, Timothy Harrington, William 
Dornbush, Charles Edwards, Timothy Selleck, Chris TraicofF, Roger Broy- 
hill, William Hall, Roger Williams, James Hanley NOT IN PANEl: Donald 
Froehlich, Earl Marks, Donald Quirk 




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Burns Davison, James Ringquist, Robert Jones, Stanley Catlett, Donald 
Maggio, Charles Pierce THIRD ROW: Steven Griffen, Michael Connell, 
Michael Fanelli, Thomas Bureke, Paul Decker, Julian Derucki, James Scot- 
kovsky, Darryl Meyer, James Goldinger SECOND ROW: Richard Snyder, 



Ernest Brewer, James Piatt, James Stenberg, David Holloway, Daniel Kruzic 
BOTTOM ROW: John Serson, Charles Thomas, Donald Goddard, Robert 
Teichart, Robert Schaefer NOT IN PANEL: Clayton Anderson, Trevor Mac- 
Le-wnan, James Gibson, Larry Leonard, Robert Boynton, Richard Gady, Cliff 
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The key to Delta Phi's success has always been 
a well rounded house; this year has been no excep- 
tion. The Delta Phis carried their house colors into 
many campus activities. Again this year the Tau 
chapter walked off with the national scholarship 
trophy offered by Psi chapter of Delta Phi at Penn- 
sylvania State University. 

Books and activities were not the only aspect of 
the Delta Phi's lives, however, as the two annual 
pledge dances were very colorful and lively. The 
formal social season was climaxed with their Iris 
spring formal, which took place on the Delta Phi's 
private tennis court. 




TOP ROW: Daniel Kruzic, rush chairman; James Stenberg, vice president 
BOTTOM ROW: Ernest Brew/er, treasurer; James Piatt, president; David 

Holloway, pledge tr£;iner 




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TOP ROW: Gary McCoy, Frederick Wollam, Marino Floreani, Robert Huss, 
Donald Urech, l?onald Osman, Gary Allie, Richard Racine, David Haake, 
Steven Lurtz, Robert Kyle, William Starman, Loyie Sims, William Langdon 
THIRD ROW: John Bellot, Steven Eyer, Joel Merkel, Roy Klein, Jerome 
Petykowski, Kenneth Smith, Fredolin Doll, Curtis Simpson, Grover Hileman, 
James Brunner, Richard Perry, Rolfe Sick, Glenn Kanaby SECOND ROW: 
David Nefzger, Ronald Prando, Paul Ellis, Mrs. Helen Cryder, Walter 



Kurczewski, Robert Makarski, Robert Meniette, Anthony Quinzi BOTTOM 
ROW: Gerald Byram, Craig Cone, Richard Lowery, Lynn Page, Malcolm 
Corner, Larry Lawrence NOT IN PANEL: Robert Kraetsch, Noble Fergu- 
son, Glen Allie, David Ananias, George Bobak, LaVerne Debatin, James 
McHugh, Thomas Pennell, James Rainey, James Ananias, Larry Peterson, 
Donald Radcliff, Ronald OUon, Richard Huskisson 



DELTA SIGMA PHI 



TOP ROW: Robert Menietti, chaplain SECOND ROW: Robert Makarski, 
treasurer; Paul Ellis, president; Ronald Prando, sergeant at arms BOTTOM 
ROW: Walter Kurczewski, vice president; David Nefzger, corresponding 
secretary NOT IN PANEL: Robert Kraetsch, recording secretary 




Brothers, through the year, showed continuous 
participation in extra-curricular activities that 
ranged from Daily lllini to a first-place win in IM 
Softball to Student Senate. Though each one of the 
pledges is encouraged to join one university activ- 
ity, emphasis is concentrated on one common goal: 
to promote good scholarship. 

A balanced social calendar was kept throughout 
the year at DSP. Highlighting the year was a Win- 
ter Formal, the Founders' Day Ball, commemorating 
the conception of the fraternity itself on Decem- 
ber 10, 1899. All in all, the Delta Sigs had another 
busy and successful year. 




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With the honor of being the oldest fraternity on 
campus to guide them, the men of Delta Tau Delta 
placed their accent on versatility this year 

Helped by their enthusiastic pledge class of last 
year, Delta Tau Delta was able to advance twenty 
places in fraternity scholastic ratings. 

Recognized as a perennial intramural champion 
in all sports, Delt teams fought their way to the 
fourth place finish in all-fraternity competition. 
The men of Delta Tau Delta won their league titles 
in over three-fourths of the sports they entered. 

Socially, the Delts' calendar included the an- 
nual Winter Formal, pledge dances, and the Rain- 
bow Ball, a spring weekend event. 




TOP ROW: Paul Smith, vice president; Joseph Weyhrich, recording secretary; 
Lynn Stewart, sargeant of arms; Thomas Hickey, social chairman; Robert 
Foote, corresponding secretary; Robert Stocitwell, treasurer BOTTOM ROW; 
Martin Dyer, president 



DELTA TAU DELTA 



TOP ROW: Dean Olson, Patrick Meehan, Charles Middleton, Charles Lamkin, 
Michael Henson, James Daly, Robert Andersen, William Fenton, James 
Woodburn, Dennis Tilles, James Ahlberg, James Thompson THIRD ROW: 
Lee Smith, David Valente, James Wengert, John Coyner, Charles Hoffman, 
James Hannon, John Parola, Donald Kessler, Gene Stefaniak, Charles Mutter, 
William Lonn, John Edw/ards, Kenneth Hubbard SECOND ROW: James 
Larson, Clyde Ostberg, Robert Stockwell, Robert Foote, Thomas Hickey, 



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Martin Dyer, Paul Smith, Lynn Stewart, Joseph Weyhrich BOTTOM ROW: 
Dennis Tierney, Karl Hahn, Thomas Simon, Carl Moss, Lucky Somers, William 
Durr, Leo Briskie, Donald Rowley, Paul Gustitus, Richard Arendt NOT IN 
PANEL: Thomas Henwood, Niel Dahlmann, Michael Gallo, Albert Booth, 
Dennis Mesic, James Sampson, Dennis Heydanek, Gary Maxwell, Robert 
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gartner, president; James Coughlin, vice president; William Fraser, secretary 




This year the men of Delta Upsilon got an early 
start on their usually active year. The previous 
spring brought them an exuberant pledge class, and 
the summer saw the chapter house completely re- 
modeled. Scholastic ratings placed the DUs in high 
ranking, for the active chapter placed second on 
campus. The DU — Tri-Delt Stunt Show pairing was 
also successful and appeared in the fina's during 
Homecoming Weekend. Combining scholastic prog- 
ress with social life, activities, promotion of friend- 
ship, and the development of character, the men of 
Delta Upsilon once again experienced an unforget- 
table year on the U. of I. campus. 



DELTA UPSILON 



TOP ROW: Richard Hayes, Kenneth Novak, Douglas Kinney, John Elsasser 
Robert Lukes, James Hughes, Donald Feige, Alan Miller, Donald Lake, Wil 
liam Svoboda, John Randolph, Robert Lutz, Aldis Rucins, Walter Ulbricht 
Michael Beers, Wayne Rothgeb THIRD ROW: Philip Ritter, Arthur Tronson 
James Buysse, William Anderson, Charles Zdenek, Jack Rudy, Ward Morton 
Craig Kocian, John Woods, Bradley Bransky, Donald Weis, Emerson Cheese 
man, Joseph Walker, James Conner, Daniel Stewart, Philip Meagher, John 



Hegener, Donald Kennedy, Robert Burley, William Karp SECOND ROW: 
John Kreid, David Ostermeier, Corrie Schultz, James Chelius, James Cough- 
lin, William Fraser, David Baumgartner, Gaylord Strahan, Robert Selby, 
Edward Waldron, John Royal, Robert Whilesell BOTTOM ROW: Stephen 
Blackwell, Michael Roe, Richard Van Pelt, James McVeigh, John Frost, Ran- 
dall Patterson, Carl Alaimo, Frank Prickett, John Knezovich, Charles Prim- 
rose, Gregory Wittrock, Gary Hedge, Michael Edwards 



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TOP ROW: Bill Brockmeyer, Richard Smieiel<, Alan Cook, David Males, 
Daniel Deany, James Ogorek, Robert Podlasek, Roberi Bauer, David Mc- 
Lellan, Thomas Lund, Eugene Barry, Donald jurewicz, Terry Sesterhenn, 
Robert Flynn, George OIkiewicz, William Pawlak, Ronald Roberts, John 
DeLaAAar, Robert Starzyk, William Fitzgerald, Thomas Kearney FOURTH 
ROW: Emerson Bouchard, James Walenter, Michael Seleski, Peter Geraci, 
Peter Marini, Gary Kocolowski, Gerald Licko, Kenneth Heinzel, Ronald 
Martin, Jon Anderson, Clark Moore, Gary Dowling, George McConaghy, 
Steven Gorski, Robert Bittner, Michael Tomasic, William Warnes, Michael 
Manning, Richard Ryan, John Costello THIRD ROW: Richard Seremak, 



Robert Smith, Gary Ryan, Anton Janik, Joseph Canzona, Gerald Gavin, 
Robert Manning, Mr. Gerald Peck, John Nelson, Michael Skau, Leon Garcia, 
Joseph Kalus, Edw/ard Dunne, Philip Byron SECOND ROW: Paul Gula, 
James Leach, Richard Mitchell, John Dunne, Robert Munson, James Marsden, 
William McConaghy, Michael Ward, Kenneth Crepas, Lawrence Pedtke 
BOTTOM ROW: Norman Glassman, Jerome MoCall, Alan Pepper, Don 
Ruhter, Law/rence Belcher, John Baackes, Richard Pavek, Bruce McLelland, 
Frank Polizzi NOT IN PANEL: John Albers, Anthony Burba, Thomas Fahey, 
Thomas Farr, Michael Glowacz, Joseph Hurst, Ronald Mentzer, Don Moses, 
Robert Navratil 



EVANS SCHOLARS 



The formal history of the Illinois chapter began 
when the first recipient of an Evans scholarship 
came to the U. of I. in 1951. The scholarship pro- 
gram, initiated by amateur golfer Chick Evans, was 
begun to enable deserving caddies to continue to 
college. The program now extends to eight chapters 
on midwestern campuses. Membership selection is 
done by the Western Golf Association, which ac- 
cepts candidates on the basis of high school per- 
formance and need for the scholarship. 

Evans Scholars believe that a varied program is 
desirable for worthwhile education. As a result, 
they have supplemened scholastics with IM compe- 
tition and a full social and activities program. 




TOP ROW: Leon Garcia, senior advisor; Gerald Gavin, vice president; John 
Nelson, treasurer MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Gerald Peck, faculty advisor; Robert 
Manning, president BOTTOM ROW: Michael Skau, secretary 




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TOP ROW: Gary Swinger, James Taff, Dennis Mummert, Larry Allen, Alan 
Walter, George Palmer, David Reynolds, Ralph Schobert, Robert Woods, 
Douglas Sims, Gerald Theobald, Ronald Greenfield, Irvin Lipp, Donald 
O'Neal, Gordon Broom, Gary Ludwig THIRD ROW: Jon Robinson, Rob- 
bert Broom, Donald Braver, Terry March, William Meyer, James Spicer, 
Bruce Robinson, John Rutledge, James Eckert, Ronald Roberts, Michael 



Daney, Thomas Belton SECOND ROW: Thomas Bidner, Edward Mies, 

Eugene Skaggs, William Englebrick, Harlan Beckley, Lary Eckert, Howard 
Builta, David Harms, Harold Anderson BOTTOM ROW: Kent Slater, Jon- 

fred Worner, Ronald Peabody, Jerry Shirley, Larry Johnson, David Clark 
NOT IN PANEl: Kenneth Stahl, Dean Nance 



FARMHOUSE 



TOP ROW: Lary Eckert, vice president; David Harms, business manager 
SECOND ROW: Edward Mies, sargeant at arms; Eugene Skaggs, historian; 
Harlan Beckley, president BOTTOM ROW: Howard Builta, recording secre- 
tary; William Englebrick, corresponding secretary 




The weekend of November sixth denoted the fra- 
ternity's founding on the Illinois campus 50 years 
ago. Over 300 people attended the open house Sat- 
urday afternoon; among them were alumni from as 
far back as 1914 and as far away as Puerto Rico. 
Saturday evening, alumni had seven parties scat- 
tered throughout Champaign-Urbana, and later that 
evening a dance was held at the house. 

A Sunday afternoon banquet was held at the Ur- 
bana-Lincoln. Over 220 alumni and present mem- 
bers heard the national secretary, Darl Snyder, and 
Dr. M. B. Russell, director of the agriculture station 
here, speak. Nine of the original 19 founders of the 
U. of I. chapter were among the alumni present. 




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This past year Kappa Alpha Psi's Beta chapter, 
on the campus since 1913, welcomed eleven pledges, 
exemplifying their purpose of striving to obtain 
achievement in all forms of human endeavor. 

The Beta chapter actively participates in the na- 
tional fraternity's Guide Right Movement, organized 
to give inspiration and guidance to the youth of 
today. Participation includes organizing outings for 
the underprivileged children to baseball games, 
camping trips, and tours. Beta Weekend is the 
largest social event of the year. The alumni and 
their families are guests for a weekend of fun 
capped with a giant banquet, and the weekend is 
one means of maintaining active-alumni relations. 




TOP ROW: Michael Ward, keeper of the exchequer; Douglas Rainey, estra- 
tegeus; James McGhee, polemarch; Richard McCline, vice polemarch BOT- 
TOM ROW: John Sullivan, dean of pledges; Jimmie Harris, keeper of records 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI 



TOP ROW: Donald Jefferson, Daniel Dixon, Jerome Carr, Frank Hunter, 
Edward Pov^e, Kenneth Hennings, Phillip Jones, Alan Young, Henry Shields 
SECOND ROW: Douglas Rainey, Michael Ward, Richard McCline, James 
McGhee, Jimmie Harris, Preston Pearson, John Sullivan BOTTOM ROW: 



Virgil Hemphill, Paul Brady, Paris Fraizer, Hugh Brandon, Herbert Buton, 
Robert Johnson NOT IN PANEL: Michael Summers, Delano Cox, John 
Rucker, Melvin Stark, Walter Stafford, Glenn Washington 



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TOP ROW: Ihomas Dickman, pledgemaster; Richard Krajec, secretary; 
George Krock, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Darwin Rhoda, president; John 
Pflum, vice president 




The KDRs, while striving for a high position of 
leadership among the smaller houses on campus, 
place great emphasis on their modern pledge pro- 
gram. In 1962 and 1963, the KDRs won the first- 
place Interfraternity Council's Pledge Achievement 
Trophy. This year they were runners-up with their 
extensive redecoration work on the Salvation Army 
building. Every fall the KDR pledge class takes that 
popular weekend walkout, traditionally to see a 
chapter house on a different campus. This helps 
acquaint them with the works of other KDRs, intro- 
duces them to many of the other chapters' ideas or 
goals, and promotes a brotherhood among the fra- 
ternity as a national organization. 



KAPPA DELTA RHO 



TOP ROW: Jonathan Schulman, Thomas Montgomery, Paul Levene, Richard 
Krajec, Lawrence Darl<en, Craig Mitran, Steven Still, Robert Nespechal, 
Kenneth Seeger, Dennis Randall, Fredric Diekman THIRD ROW: Timothy 
Moore, Bruce Davis, Thomas Diekman, George Krock, Robert Hayskar, 



Michael Pochordo, Ruben Sanchez, John Pflum, Brian Nelson SECOND 
ROW: Douglas Garwood, Frank Belchak, Kenneth Osika, Darwin Rhoda, 
Richard Kvale, Michael Timko, Terry Courtright BOTTOM ROW: Gilbert 
Norman, Allen Franck, Larry Etzkorn, David George 



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TOP ROW: Graham Lee, Robert Mulhall, Wayne Franek, Lee Scoft, Kenneth 
Ludington, Roger Schneider, Larry Spiers, Nicholas Palo, James Sonnenleiter 
THIRD ROW: Alfred Smith, Gary Eickman, Nicholas Pann, Danny Jeffery, 
Richard Kiefer, Howard Lemke, Charles Leone, William Truxes, Frederick 
Eaton SECOND ROW: Wylie Fox, Eric Wolff, Keith Cooper, Kerry Cordis, 
Leslie Thatcher, Ronald Bild, Brian Papke, Gre-gory Schirmer, James Hall, 



David Powless BOTTOM ROW: John Davis, Terry Wiggs, Roger Smith, 
William Riley, Kenneth Rochells, Theodore Birch, Douglas Getting, Harry 
Sacks, George Powers, Harold Gre-gory NOT IN PANEL: William John- 
son, Michael Breen, Robert Larson, Richard Stonich, Thomas Smith, William 
Nack, John Winter, Robert McKendrick 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Kappa Sigma has continued to meet the changing 
patterns of University life through a progressive 
scholarship and activity program. This is notable 
in their pledge program. All the pledges are treated 
as individuals when acquainting them with aca- 
demic responsibility as well as with goals of leader- 
ship and social obligation. 

Social occasions are important at the Kappa Sig 
house. The Kappa Sig Combo, which has become 
well known around local campus spots, can be heard 
on a Saturday night in the halls of Kappa Sig. The 
social calendar includes a spring and winter formal 
as well as the Barn Dance, for which the house is 
filled to the ceiling with hay. 




TOP ROW: Eric Wolff, alumni relations; Brian Papke, treasurer SECOND 
ROW: Keith Cooper, secretary; Leslie Thatcher, president BOTTOM ROW: 
Kerry Cordis, pledge trainer; Ronald Bild, social chairman 




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TOP ROW: Kenneth Fielding, Cynl Kmsulla, Luitcr Hnl..,., VV I n i V;. nt- 
gomery, Paul Pearson, Nelson Rowe, Richard Jolnison, Darnel VVilinolli, 
Thomas Ochs, Robert Ecksten, Robert McCreight, William Rose, Michael 
Kenyan, Denis Nelson, Brian Bachman, Daniel Farinosi THIRD ROW: 

Ervin Wyne, Joseph Conour, Steven Johnson, Charles Weber, Robert Ewert, 
Gary Keill, David Haufe, Keith Wright, Gerald James, Michael Counte, Al- 
phonse llekis, Lee Prewitf, Joseph Smolik, Stephen Young, Patrick Mc- 
Loughlin SECOND ROW: Frank Wiesenmeyer, Anthony Schnarsky, Richard 



Van Treese, Jeffrey Louthain, W I' i ', ' !iilr_, Tmiolliy AAadigan, Paul Mack, 
Paul Riminglon, Daniel Rafferty, Ihonidb Borton, Micliael Schroeder, Kenneth 
Gebhardt, Harley McVicker BOTTOM ROW: Richard Salogga, John Frana, 
DeWayne Eickert, Donald Parkerson, Robert Alexander, Richard Johnson, 
Donald Graham, Hugh Connelly, James Sirois, David Brewer, David Ber- 
tolino, William McNeill, Phillip Ross NOT IN PANEL: Gary Sawyers, Rich- 
ard Stotz, Lee Cole, Charles Pickrel, Gary Gardner, Russell Campbell, Lee 
Bauer, Glenn Parker, Richard Wetzel, David Ultch 



LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



TOP ROW: Richard Van Treese, alumni relations; Paul Mack, treasurer; 
Timothy Madigan, president; Thomas Borton, pledge trainer; Paul Rimington, 
rush chairman; William Smilie, secretary BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Rafferty, 
social chairman NOT IN PANEL: Gary Gardner, vice president; Charles 
Pickrel, ritualist 




After an eventful spring when they took first 
place in the Delta Upsilon Bicycle Race and paired 
with Kappa Alpha Theta for Stunt Show, the men of 
Lambda Chi Alpha were eager to return this fall. 

They added thirty new feminine members to their 
Crescent Girl auxiliary in October. The selected 
few served the pledge class as "mothers" and the 
rest of the house as hostesses. 

By November many of the activity conscious men 
of Lambda Chi had joined Men's Glee Club, Univer- 
sity Theatre, and other organizations. Claiming the 
Interfraternity vice president, Lambda Chi also had 
members in Ma-Wan-Da and Sachem. 




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The Phi Delta Thetas are well known not only on 
the University campus but also enjoy a position of 
renown in the surrounding area of Champaign- 
Urbana because of their Community Service Day. 
All the Phi Delts devote one day of work each spring 
to a project which will benefit the town. During 
past years they have rejuvenated a thrift shop for 
the needy people in the area, repaired an orphanage 
in Rantoul, and cleaned and mended a local Girl 
Scout camp. By inviting dates to join them on serv- 
ice Day, the fraternity members have incorporated 
extra enjoyment into their undertakings. The proj- 
ects have been a rewarding experience for the Phi 
Delts as well as providing benefits for the area. 




TOP ROW: John Andrle, pledge trainer; William Hall, rush chairman; 
Randall Burlison, president; Richard Dorr, vice president; Winston Roeth, 
steward BOTTOM ROW: Theodore Henderson, house manager; Bruce 
Lund, treasurer; Joel Haefelin, social chairman; David Becker, warden 



PHI DELTA THETA 



TOP ROW: David Kruse, Jon Lindhjem, Robert Smith, Herbert Bavor, An- 
drew Merutka, Howard Heinz, Timothy Richards, James Holderman, Warren 
Peterson, Richard Stohl, Edward Rawles, Arthur Allen, John Akin, Michael 
Allen, Richard Burton, Timothy Dadant, Douglas Seagren, Fred Harris THIRD 
ROW: Donald Harford, William White, Jeffrey Hindman, John Hoffman, Mark 
Wieting, Robert Lee, Hershell Gill, Donald Brown, Dan Bergstrom, Alan 
Waters, Charles Mead, Harold Behnke, Fre-drick Cash, Rex Slaughter, Stephen 
Waling, Donald Seagren, John Lally, David West, James Kell SECOND 



ROW; Peter Savage, Jam:s Paul, Arlhur Jensen, Bruce Lund, Joel Haefelin, 
William Hall, John Andrle, Randall Burlison, Richard Dorr, David Becker, 
Roger Wagner, Theodore Henderson, Winston Roeth BOTTOM ROW: Terry 
Maris, John Witt, David Fisher, Kenneth Angus, Jay Walters, Robert Elder, 
Richard Legue, James Gerstner, John Cobb, David Meek, Andrew Kern, 
William Watson NOT IN PANEL: Charles Keller, John Keller, Thomas 
Parkhill, Lonnie Judy, Jerry Wetlerling, Wendall Neisz, Gaines Smith, 
William McKeown 




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TOP ROW: Marshall Eisenberg, house manager; Douglas Gorin, treasurer; 
Geoffrey Gitner, vice president; William Garmissa, pledge father BOT- 
TOM ROW: Berton Ruder, president 




The men of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity have a lot 
to be proud of as the past few years have been full 
of much success. High scholastic achievement is by 
far the most important activity at Phi Epsilon Pi, 
for the house is currently ranked fifth highest in 
fraternity grades. 

The men of PEPS have also achieved much suc- 
cess athletically. Two years ago Phi Ep won the I.M. 
trophy for having the most total points in intra- 
mural athletics. Last year they also won both the 
Softball and football championships. For the past 
ten years, Phi Ep has been ranked among the three 
top fraternities in athletics. 



PHI EPSILON PI 



TOP ROW: Barry Kramer, James Rothschild, David Meister, Mathevi/ Spaget, 
Ira Koren, Stephen Berger, Roger Kohn, Arnold Kuhn, Henry Badner, Rich- 
ard Hoffman, Jerrold Mink, Dennis Clark, John Plotke, Larry Buckman, Martin 
Medwin, Sherw/in Jaffe, Robert Minkus, Lyie Genin, Robert Svi/idler THIRD 
ROW: Michael Steinberg, Louis Hecht, Edward KozlofF, Joel Birman, Edw/ard 
Hazan, Michael Pinsky, Jeffrey Shanin, Joel Miller, Robert Washlow, Richard 
Mazurski, John Hadden, Robert Schectman, Martin Korey, Martin Dickman, 



Robert Ruder, Steven Bernstein SECOND ROW: Steven Frey, Marshall 
Eisenberg, Geoffrey Gitner, Mrs. Helen Sherman, Burton Ruder, Douglas 
Gorin, William Garmissa, Alan ZIotnik BOTTOM ROW: Michael Fishbein, 
Richard Meltzer, Lawrence Nudelman, Robert Eiserman, Scott Chavin, Ken- 
neth Phillips, Michael Drezner, Barry Goldstin, Jay Freeman, Jeffrey Sher- 
man NOT IN PANEL: Jay Weniger, Barry Siegal 



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TOP ROW: James Trimble, Bn.:<.,, Huhl>fii, Carl Lind, Charles Boyce, Henry 
Retzer, Terrance Hustedf, Henry Wurtzbacher, Jeffrey Carr, Donald Larson, 
Richard Ristau, William Geist, Wayne Hutter, Allan Wilhelmi, Michael Gard- 
ner, Dennis McGrady, Thomas Zimmerman, Mark Leonetti, William Owen, 
Daniel Dailey FOURTH ROW: James Kuhrt, James Hyerdall, William Gold- 
stein, Peter Brune, Edward Hackleman, Leonard Diorio, Jack Davis, Donald 
Motz, Dean Swift, Ronald Grant, Duff Schweninger, Christopher Eigel, 
Dennis Sarsany, Robert Johnson, John LeFrere, William Lawless, Rodney 



nd, Scotry Jacobs, Richard Mamer, James Tattini THIRD ROW: Victor 
Kamber, George Farnsworth, Daniel Koturvov, Eric Bergstrom, Dennis Flynn, 
Eugene Tattini, Gordon Gray, Peter Huson, Thomas S lattery, Gregory Prosen 
SECOND ROW: Edward Hartline, Donald Graff, Lee Neher, William Mueller, 
Gregory Wilson, Dwight Ruthrauff, Walter Kummerow, Frank Eiter, Gregory 
Montsieur, Theodore Gebner BOTTOM ROW: Michael Ames, Stephen 
Belch, John Stefanos, David Barenbrugge, Richard Day, John Carlson, James 
Coleman, Mark Shafer, Richard Wilson 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 



Ever since the chapter house burned down during 
Easter break of 1964, the men of Phi Gamma Delta 
have become better known as the "Homeless Fijis." 

Their lack of a house did little to hinder the Fijis, 
however. Intramural competition placed Phi Gam 
among the top four groups, while many Phi Gams 
held posts in IF Council, lllini Union Activities, and 
Student Senate, In addition, Stunt Show saw Fijis 
and Alpha Gamma Delta take fourth place. 

Social life also went on undaunted with dances, 
exchanges, and the annual Fiji Island Party, which 
highlighted the season. Another notable feature 
was the selection of thirty-five girls into a service 
group called the She Gamma Deltas. 




TOP ROW: Dennis Flynn, Treasurer; Gregory Prosen, recording secretary; 
BOTTOM ROW: Gorden Gray, corresponding secretary; Eugene Tattini, 
president; Peter Huson, historian 




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TOP ROW: Robert Hardaker, Charles Peterson, Richard Turnstall, John Eng- 
lish, Walter Laske, Gordon McCullough, Wirliam Elworthy, Peter Mills, Larry 
AAarlow, Robert Chisholm, Raymond McCall FOURTH ROW: Edv>/ard O'Neil, 
Larry Romito, Troy Doetsch, William Krause, Henson Dial, Michael Fenton, 
David Grogan, Donald Butte, Herbert Hupfer, James Gleave, John Davis, 
John Schmidt, Dale Olson, Steven Colthurst, Carl Kriehdel, Glen Gutshe, 
Trent Marquis, James Cravens THIRD ROW: Gerald Greenw/ald, Thomas 
Dunn, Charles Galbreath, George Bollenbacher, Steven Goodman, Richard 



Tyree, Mrs. Nancy Caldwell, Eugene Middendorf, Donald Jochens, Herman 
Wibben, Frank Pytko SECOND ROW: Lee Kuhfuss, Ronald Swager, Rich- 
ard Lewis, Ralph Hedding, Seth Acker, John Bognar, Paul Busse BOTTOM 
ROW: Frederick O'Malley, James Philpott, Daniel Dinello, Thomas Akeman, 
Willis Fields, David Tomasula, Theodore Demke«^ NOT IN PANEL: Law- 
rence Kent, Donald Middendorf, James Garrett, Roger English, Thomas 
Minser, William Wegmann, Richard Potash, William Rundgren 



PHI KAPPA PSI 



Donald Butte, recording secretary; George Bollenbacher, corresponding 
secretary; William Krause, treasurer; Richard Tyree, president; Steven Good- 
man, vice president; Eugene Middendorf, social chairman; Michael Fenton, 
pledge trainer 




Starting the 1964-65 term with a 30 man pledge 
class, Phi Kappa Psi looked ahead with confidence. 
With this class, and with eight men on the freshman 
football team, plans were made for a fine year. 

The social calendar included the annual pledge 
dance, "Irma La Douce," the Jeff Duo, the winter 
formal, and the spring weekend. The formation of 
a long awaited house combo, which has appeared all 
ever campus, gave the social scene added sparkle. 

Phi Kappa Psi was honored once again by a visit 
from the President of the University, Brother David 
Dcdds Henry. The visit has become a tradition. Like 
other traditions at Phi Psi, it is based on the brother- 
hood that makes the fraternity strong. 




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Skull House may well be proud as it looks back 
upon another successful year. The Skulls believe 
that the true talents of a college man may only be 
developed through a diversified house which allows 
opportunity for the individual. This evidenced it- 
self by the superb showing Skulls made last year in 
athletics, social life, and scholarship. Skull House 
placed first or second in softball, football and bas- 
ketball leagues. Led by the Skull Combo, they had 
twelve exchanges and several dances. Numerous 
awards are presented each year to brothers who 
achieve outstanding scholastic success. The Skulls 
feel that this record can only be matched by the 
great promise which next year offers. 




TOP ROW: Alan Walse, vice president; Peter Thoma, rush chairnnan; Rich- 
ard Andrews, social chairman BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Norden, treasurer; 
Frederick Podjasek, president; James Vessel, scholarship chairman 



PHI KAPPA SIGMA 



TOP ROW: Dennis Le Blang, Everett Taylor, Walter Szott, James Moynihan, 
Lawrence Heck, Geoffrey Brown, Donald Kozlowski, Ross Roads, John 
Tidholm, Robert Gagen, Terry Fitzpatrick, John Comerio THIRD ROW: 
Robert Kommers, William Enichen, Mark Darling, Vance Lausmann, David 
Demarest, Thomas Dace, Frank Kowalski, Edmund Skutecki, Joseph Inse-rro, 
Owen Johnson SECOND ROW: Robert Weise, John Haughton, Peter 



Thoma, John Smith, Dennis Norden, Frederick Podjasek, Alan Walse, Richard 
Andrews, James Vessel, William Brown BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Pivonka, 
Michael Comerio, William Osborne, Charles Thompson, David Minor, James 
Long, Robert Valecka, Gary Ranz, Stephen Jiavis, George Scheber NOT IN 
PANEL: Michael Wood, Charles Pennington 



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TOP ROW: Burr Logeman, house manager; Terry Crabbs, social chairman; 
Robert Johns, treasurer; Roger Larsen, pledge trainer BOTTOM ROW; John 
Dickenson, secretary; Robert Patterson, president; Michael Cowan, vice 
president 




The 1964-1965 school year proved to be an- 
other outstanding and successful year for the men 
of Phi Kappa Tau. Some of the student activity 
leadership positions on campus, such as President 
of the lllini Union, were held by Phi Kappa Taus. 

Last year the Phi Taus excelled in the field of 
athletics, taking second place in the overall I.M. 
standings and receiving the coveted Tug Wilson Im- 
provement Trophy for their outstanding efforts. 

As well as success in athletics and campus activi- 
ties, Phi Tau continued to maintain scholastic ex- 
cellence, prompted by quiet study conditions and a 
strict scholarship program. 



PHI KAPPA TAU 



TOP ROW: Gary Sayerstad, Richard Cashmore, Allen Olsen, Stephen Wright, 
Robert Thomley. Gregory Swanson, William Slorahn, Howard Goldsmith, 
Harger Rollo, Charles Gobrecht, Edward Matejka, Vernon Selling, Kenneth 
Shuiz, Steven Kastner, Lynn Mourning THIRD ROW: Michael Knowles, 
Richard Reutebuch, James Middleton, Scott Wilson, Edward Rosiak, John 
Peleck, John Gordon, William Filip, Thomas Reeves, James Pluzynski, Ken- 



neth Ferro, Gregory Knutson, Burr Logeman SECOND ROW: John Waring, 
Thomas Good, Robert Shineflug, John Dickenson, Stephen Faust, Robert 
Patterson, Robert Johns, Terry Crabbs, Michael Cowan, George McGregor, 
Roger Larsen BOTTOM ROW: William Kist, Dale Meller, Gregory Tichava, 
William Anderson, Michael Beeks, James Cerks, Richard Osgood, Allen 
Blackwood, Larry Crane, Stewart Bennett, Jeffery Jones 




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TOP ROW: Samuel Farruggia, Kenneth Shay, James Venckus, Joseph Audy, 
William Barron, Jan Vargo, John Boyle, August Pionke, Robert Plame, James 
Schueller, Lee Schmidt, John Norman THIRD ROW: Ernst Pihl, James 
Hoffman, George Beaudoin, Joseph McCarthy, Marco Mariotto, John Mulvey, 
Charles Smith, Donald Strysik, Alan Bergman, Walter Maksym, Raymond 
Stechly, Thomas Mier SECOND ROW: Thomas Laken, Willard Groth, 



Thomas Trausch, Norman Olson, Richard Hulina, James Corcoran, Wayne 
Schroeder, John Gaca, Andrew Kotowicz, William Ferchland BOTTOM ROW: 
Tom Davis, Samuel Leno, Livio Lupi, John Grady, George O'Connell, Donald 
Foreman, Joseph Cools, Mario Campanaro, Leonard Mattioli NOT IN 
PANEL: James Cersani, Neil Johnson, Robert DeCesare, James Benages, Bob 
Crudoff, Robert Farrell, Prosper Pavis 



PHI KAPPA THETA 



The men of Phi Kappa Theta came back this fall 
to discover that life in the house was more enjoy- 
able and comfortable than ever before. This was 
made possible through the addition of new desks, 
a complete remodeling of their kitchen and dining 
room, and the tiling of rooms. 

The Phi Kaps are scattered throughout the dif- 
ferent activities and organizations on campus, from 
varsity football and baseball to the Daily lllini. They 
began the school year with the second playing of 
their annual football tournament; the continued 
success of the tournament has made it a highlight 
of IM football activities. 



Wayne Schroeder, treasurer; Richard Hulina, president; Thomas Trausch, 
secretary; James Corcoran, vice president; Willard Groth, social chairman; 
John Gaca, rush chairmarT; Norm Olson, executive vice president 





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TOP ROW: Joel Werth, Alan Goldstein, James Marcus, Dennis Dorman, 
Charles Lieberman, Steven Kassel, Scott Kleiman, Steven Golovan, Barry 
Kutok, Robert Silverstein, David Rubin, Stanley Goldfarb, Bruce Schiff 
THIRD ROW: Scott Simon, Dennis Forman, Phillip Velen, Harold Ganz, 
Marvin Glass, Martin Fleisher, Daniel Levin, Jeffrey Feinerman, Irvi/in Koloms, 
Alan Finger, Denis Kleinfeld, Lyie Feinerman, Barry Fasman SECOND 
ROW: Melvyn Romanoff, Michael Saken, Hovvard Kirschner, Howard Karm, 



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ROW: Robert Nadler, Jerry Jaeger, Fred Anapol, Laurence Gsrtz, Gary 
Friedman, Robert Walner, Ronald Karzen NOT IN PANEL: Kenneth 

Cohen, Joel Harris, Gregory Cheskin, Leslie Steinberg, Paul Kamensky, 
Howard Farkash, Edward Weintraub, Ken Asch, Alan Sohn, Steven Hirsch- 
tick, David Steinberg, Steven Colbert, Marc Muskat, John Baruck 



PHI SIGMA DELTA 



Ronald Atlas, president; Martin Bariff, treasurer; Earl Hoffenberg, pledge 
trainer; Howard Karm, vice president; Steven Golovan, social chairman; 
Melvyn Romanoff, secretary; Jerrold Kamesky, rush chairman 




Phi Sigma Delta was founded nationally in 1901 
at Harvard University. The local chapter, Alpha 
Gamma, was founded in 1948; thus it is one of the 
youngest U. of I. fraternities. The basis for Phi Sig- 
ma Delta being scholarship, athletics, and social 
activities, the men try their best to develop and 
excel in these three areas. 

One of the Phi Sig Delts' favorite annual events 
is their dance called "Hotel FountainDelt." For this 
event the members model the first floor and the 
front of the house after the Hotel Fountainbleu in 
Florida. The basement is usually decorated with 
swimming pools surrounded by sand. 




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After its start at Illinois in 1958, Phi Sigma 
Epsilon was strengthened by its accent on scholar- 
ship. After winning the scholarship improvement 
trophy in the spring of '63, the house continued 
to improve by taking first in active scholarship the 
following semester. Finally, in the spring of '64, 
Phi Sig Ep had the highest combined average. 

Social events and a sweetheart also have their 
place at Phi Sigma. Last year's pledge dance, "Ad- 
ventures in Paradise," was later followed by the 
spring formal, "And Time Stood Still." That eve- 
ning, the Phi Sigma sweetheart was presented with 
a traveling trophy as she received her crown. 




TOP ROW: Walter Yackel, treasurer; John Tosch, vice president; James 
Basine, corresponding secretary; Richard Yackel, recording secretary BOT- 
TOM ROW: Lawrence VanHam, president; Victor, mascot 



PHI SIGMA EPSILON 



TOP ROW: Sheldon Hause, Niel Isselhardt, Richard Micklin, Brad Philby, 
Gerald Miklosh, Kenneth Wodtke, Michael Barney, Guy Hewitt, Richard 
Cassel, Robert Monti SECOND ROW: James White, Robert Sorensen, 
Richard Yackel, John Tosch, Lawrence VanHam, Walter Yackel, James Basine, 



Jerry Green BOTTOM ROW: Thomas McClure, Lee Slater, Spencer Schmidt, 
William Brown, Robert Fisher, Lowell Malo, Rodney Schwandt NOT IN 
PANEL: Peter Marsh, George Wenger, Jack Saltick 



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TOP ROW: Gary Cordier, vice president; Llewellyn Iffland, house manager; 
Alan Angelich, treasurer; Walter Broonn, corresponding secretary BOTTOM 
ROW: Van Carlson, recording secretary; David AAcClure, president; John 
Gaunt, social chairman 




The Phi Sigs enjoy a diversified social life at 
their chapter house. The biggest events are their 
four yearly dances. There are two p'edge dances — 
"Shantytown Shuffle" in the fall and "Hellzapop- 
pin' " in the spring. Both of these are informal 
affairs with a picnic in the afternoon and a dance at 
the chapter house in the evening. 

The Phi Sigs also have two yearly formals. The 
first is the Moonlight Girl Dance which is usually 
just before Christmas. It begins with a banquet, 
at which the sweetheart is named, and it concludes 
with a formal dance. The second formal dance is 
the Spring Formal which also consists of a banquet 
that is followed by dancing. 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



TOP ROW: Walter Lickus, David Stafford, Herbert Schuiz, John Asta, Alfred 
Swanson, Michael Tedor, Da>/id Dorway, Ralph Rehm, Roger Nowick, David 
Carter, Jerry Damerell, James Powers, James Mullen, Ronald Rymut, Jdmes 
Dries THIRD ROW: Hal Thompson, David Burke, Thomas Brewer, John 
Stamm, Donald Swalik, Raymond Grigsby, Paul Upton, Robert Marshall, 



David Belanger, Thomas Larkin, John Larkin, William Wasson SECOND 

ROW: Dietmar Nagel, John Gaunt, Van Carlson, Gary Cordier, Mrs. Mize, 

David McClure, Alan Angelich, Llewellyn Iffland, Walter Broom BOTTOM 

ROW: Charles Staley, John Rosborough, Erick Johnson, John Ryan, Mark 

Lucas, Kenneth Majeski, Richard Rossiter, Gary Lamb, Alan Mam 




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Stella, John Sims, Ronald Lee, Alben Myren, Leonard Olson, Steven Johnson, 
Richard Almon THIRD ROW: Robert Capdevielle, Terrence Shuck, William 
Beanne, Thomas Berchos, Charles Adkins, Randall Dunlap, Lance Munger, 
Larry Lincoln, John Scweer, Donald Walden, Stanley Iwanick, Kim Fisher, 
Randall Unter, George Freek SECOND ROW: Carl Anderson, John Norton, 



Gerald Leech, Stephen Leech, Ronald Wilson, John LaFond, Mrs. Harlow, 
John Sisson, John Almon, Robert Henderson, Phillip Madsen, Thomas Herbeck 
BOTTOM ROW: Douglas Sloan, Martin Topper, Michael Weimann, Leonard 
Meyer, Richard Gossett, James Blatt, Richard Mariner, Peter Sentman NOT 
IN PANEL: Curtis Meyers, Kenneth Andre, Steven Kyle, Steven Kniss 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Pi Kappa Alpha is a national social fraternity hav- 
ing 130 chapters throughout the nation. "Once a 
Pike, always a Pike" is a quote often heard exempli- 
fying the feeling of brotherhood among Pikes every- 
where. The social season at Pi Kappa Alpha is cli- 
maxed by the annual Dream Girl Formal Weekend, 
during which the dates move into the chapter house. 
The Dream Girl is crowned on the evening of the 
dance and is present at all the Pike social events 
throughout the year. 

Although the men of Pi Kappa Alpha do partici- 
pate in campus activities and social life, scholarship 
remains the top objective, with many Pikes repre- 
sented in campus scholastic honoraries. 




John Almon, pledge master; John Sisson, vice president; John LaFond, 
president; Phillip Madsen, rush chairman; Ronald Wilson, secretary-treasurer; 
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TOP ROW: Thomas Marhoefer, Kenneth Rongey, Anthony VanderBurg, 
Peter McMahon, John Sochacki, James O'Neill, Anthony Saccomano, Norman 
James THIRD ROW: Delvert Voss, Evan Roiek, John Carlino, James 
Masterson, Dennis Akiinski, Stephen Wilfong, James Wadington, William 
Jackson, Ronald Misek SECOND ROW: Joseph Stastny, Joseph Gauer, 



Edward Cwiklin, Roger Van Zele, Victor Olson, James Fowler, Gary Sharp 
BOTTOM ROW: Riccardo DiVito, William Hagerup, Paul Nonnamaker, Ken- 
neth Olson, Joseph Orseno NOT IN PANEL: Jack Bakker, Daniel Bowen, 
James Jewett, Frank DeTrona, Thomas Lambert, John Tully, Guy Turnbull, 
William Wencel, John Williamson 



PI KAPPA PHI 



TOP ROW: Victor Olson, historian; Roger Van Zele, secretary; Edward 
Cwiklin, treasurer; Jack Bakker, president BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Bowen, 
warden; Joseph Gauer, chaplain; John Williamson, social chairman 




Following chapter reorganization last semester, 
Pi Kappa Phi captured the Inter-Fraternity Active 
Scholarship trophy, with the pledge class placing 
seventh scholastically to take the Most Improved 
Scholastically award of the year. 

Combining athletics with mental gymnastics, the 
Pi Kaps won the third place trophy in the annual 
Delta Upsilon Bike Race. In addition, the Pi Kaps 
excelled in IM football by winning first in their 
league and third in the Orange Division. In volley- 
ball, they again won first in their league and paired 
with LAR to place fourth in the Co-rec Tourna- 
ment. Working as a unit, they learned that much 
could be satisfactorily accomplished. 




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One of Pi Lambda Phi's strong points is scholar- 
ship. Since its establishment, Pi Lam has averaged 
well within the first quartile. Last year Pi Lam 
was second in grades among all fraternities. Em- 
phasis has not been placed on scholarship alone, 
for the men are also active in several IM sports; 
this year they won second place in llliolympics. 

Pi Lam is also very active in the social field. The 
Pi Lams sponsor several dances throughout the year. 
Their annual luau is rapidly becoming a major tra- 
dition in the house and a familiar sight on campus 
with its torch light dinner, colorful costumes, exotic 
fountains, and smoking volcano. 




TOP ROW: Earle Tockman, scribe; Allan Phillips, pledge father; Alan Fein- 
berg,, marshal!; Samuel Wiener, keeper of exchequer BOTTOM ROW; Alan 
Harris, archon; Sheldon Cohen, rex 



PI LAMBDA PHI 



TOP ROW: JefFery Kramer, David Cohen, Samuel Wiener, Donald Grub- 
man, William Multack, AAark Home, Arthur Sutton, Steven Berman, Larry 
Greenberg, Steven Elkins, Jerry Berke, Steven Levenson, Glenn Yanow, 
Ronald Elkins, Terry Schuster, Alan Rubens, Sherwin Zuckerman THIRD 
ROW: Ian Fingerman, Robert Altman, Sherwin Gilbert, Sheldon Goldman, 
Charles Rosenberg, Gary Elden, Stewart Leavitt, Edwin Dolin, Steven Blei- 
weiss, Norman Rosenfeld, Terry Gottleib, David RogofF, Stephen Lehtman, 



Michael Sagett, Phillip YafFa SECOND ROW: Richard Eriich, Richard 
Wexner, Alan Feinberg, Allan Phillips, Alan Harris, Aunt Dot, Sheldon 
Cohen, William Keroff, Terry Michaels, Robert Slott, Earle Tockman BOT- 
TOM ROW: Michael Axelrad, Ian Yavitz, JefFery Ades, Daniel Watermen, 
Sheldon Gorovsky, Michael Perper, Gregory Moss, Ronald Lev, Eugene 
Saltzberg, Sidney Stein NOT IN PANEL: Fred Scher, Mark Schreibaum, 
Burton Silver, Robert Marsh, Marvin Siegel 





TOP ROW: John Zick, vice president 
president; James Dougherty, treasurer 
secretary 



SECOND ROW: Charles Buchanan, 
BOTTOM ROW: James Watters, 




Four unusual dances held by Psi U this year 
proved that variety is the spice of Psi U's life. An 
outhouse provided the atmosphere for the arinual 
pledge dance, "Half Moon Hop." Since Halloween 
was approaching, this theme was very appropriate. 
One of the most successful functions was the over- 
night Winter Formal, when the girls moved in for 
the entire weekend. Fitting to a caveman theme, 
costume for the Initiation Dance, "Flintstone 
Fling," was limited to one square yard of material. 
Psi Upsilon Weekend included the annual spring 
formal, an all day picnic at Lake of the Woods, and 
for the finale a sweetheart dinner. 



PSI UPSILON 



TOP ROW: Warren Knauer, Gerald Emery, Donald Forcht, James Holmes, 
Keith Mangold, Robert Petersen, William Codak, Thomas Janes, Ronald 
Goddard, Thomas Sauer, Stephen Golden, Gordon Woods, Alan Bormann, 
Robert Calabria THIRD ROW: Fred Jacobs, Donald Meyer, Brian Albers, 
Cyrus Phillips, John Langloss, James Barkley, Richard Frandsen, Michael 
Rechtin, Steve Wilder, James Hammer, Harry Woods, Donald Bloom, Michael 



Haggerty SECOND ROW: John Hinkley, Lawrence Hoffman, Robert Moss- 
barger, John Zick, Charles Buchanan, James Watters, James Dougherty, 
Julius Monterastelli, Edward Skarda BOTTOM ROW: James Hopwood, 
Frederic Walsh, Lynn Boeke, Thomas Richards, Robert Hormell, Joseph Bar- 
fuss, Gary Schwerdtfeger, John Squires, William Mattes, Raymond Fairchild 
NOT IN PANEL; Russell Cotton 



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TOP ROW: Gary Zwayer, William Rives, Scott S.-derstrcm, Jame; Percy 
Frank Schenk, William Case, James Keithly, Richard Robinson, Mark Saver 
Steven Nester, George Emerson, Ross Putnam, Jeffrey White, Steve Bru 
baker, David Honeycutf, David Bleifield, Steven Wohlwend THIRD ROW 
Michael Jacki, James Scott, Douglas Smith, Thomas Rose, Gary McLargin 
Geoge Harvey, Wilam Northlich, Robert Lewke, William Lew^ke, Henry Mil 
ledge. Jack Freckman, Edward Greenw/ald, David Hansen, Donald Olson, 
Harry Honeycutt, Gordon Smith, Asbury Moore, Graig Macintosh, Philip 



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Wieckert, David Burkland, Mrs. Hines, Terri Potter, Laurence Klingbeil, Law- 
rence Case, Vincent O'Brien, John Fleming BOTTOM ROW: Erik Berge- 
thon, William Vance, Richard Noskins, Tony Stepper, Scott Philips, Robert 
Smith, William Newton, Marvin McWhirter, Alan Krejci, Randy White, 
Deane Nelson NOT IN PANEL: Michael Law, John O'Hare, Frank Hunt- 
singer, Leiand Nolan, Chuck Cadilak, Ted Bedrin, Richard Kummer, James 
Pearson, Dean Calhoun 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



Three weeks after school started, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon collected their first trophy of 1964-65. The 
golden showpiece symbolized their third place stunt 
show finish with Delta Gamma. SAE's theme, bor- 
rowed from Noah's Ark, was a delight to audience 
and judges in its sarcastic humor. 

Spring found the lllini chapter host to a mid- 
western convention of the many Little Sisters of 
Minerva. On the weekend of March 21 , 1 30 excited 
girls crowded into the SAE living room to exchange 
successful ideas and have a good time. 

Then came a surfing party with A O Pi and a Las 
Vegas night with Alpha Chi. These two events cul- 
minated a fine year for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 




Raymond Wieckert, pledge trainer; David Burkland, vice president; Terri 
Potter, president; John Fleming, social chairman; Dennis Gawlik, recorder 




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TOP ROW: Stephen Sher, Ronald Aufrecht, Gerald Rifkin, Ricl.jiu Ui 1^.11, 
Michael Popper, Robert Belinoff, Stephen Gold, Mai Klugman, Everett 
Lewis, Howard Gantz, Alan Loiben, Ronald Goldberg, Jack Morgan, EHiot 
Engelhardt, Stewart Lazares, Harold Piatt, Robert Smith THIRD ROW: 
Merrill Morris, Earl Berkun, Barry Katz, Ronald Fischer, Michael Berman, 
Robert Septon, Ronald Krasner, Richard Berland, Stephen Marcus, Thomas 
Eisner, Eric Bloch, Richard Factor, Kurt Salomon, Richard Green, Richard 
Shapiro SECOND ROW: Robert Canner, Jerry Levy, Barry Baker, Alan 



Kassin, Michael Lu.ui, Mfs. Bea Gordin, Ronald Broida, Alan Frankel, Barry 
Grossman, Allan Rim, David Ellis BOTTOM ROW: Warren Katz, Jerry 
Bernstein, Thomas Harris, Paul Binderman, Dean Katz, Joseph Fagan, Law- 
rence Cohen, Leslie Crodgen, Louis Blair, Stuart Marcus, Harvey Gersh 
NOT IN PANEL: Arthur Abelson, Art Frankal, Joe Chartoff, Peter Sereni, 
Howard Zeiden, Stuart Levine, Leonard Maslowsky, Barry Levinsky, Ralph 
Weinberg 



SIGMA ALPHA MU 



TOP ROW: Alan Kassin, recorder; Alan Frankal, exchequer; Ronald Broida, 
prior; Michael Levin, vice prior BOTTOM ROW: Barry Baker, pledgemaster 




Sigma Alpha Mu is a house of many traditions. 
Their social year always includes spring picnics, two 
pledge dances, and a sleep-in formal in which the 
girls move in while the Sammys move out. Another 
tradition, which is also one of the social highlights 
of the campus, is their Sammy Shipwreck Party. 
For the big event, the brothers transform the entire 
house into an island complete with sand and water- 
falls to provide atmosphere. 

Again this year Sigma Alpha Mu is actively par- 
ticipating in many campus activities, and they are 
proud that their tradition to excel in sports has con- 
tinued. They claim athletes in varsity judo, tennis, 
wrestling, and fencing. 



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Sigma Chis are proud of the wide diversity of 
their men. Academically the Sigs gained over five 
thousand dollars in scholarship rebates from their 
Sigma Chi Corporation, The Sigs also ranked high 
in sports with members on the first string varsity 
football, baseball, swimming, fencing, track, and 
golf teams. In intramural sports last year Sigma 
Chis triumphed to place first in the fraternity IM 
basketball tournament. The Sigs were also present 
in campus activities from the Daily ISIini to the 
ROTC drilling floor to the Men's Glee Club. The 
year for the Sigma Chis could best be summed up as 
one of fun and success in all endeavors. 




TOP ROW: Bruce Newell, pledge trainer; Thomas Brannan, president; Thomas 
Webber, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Donald Schramm, vice president; Gerald 
Hale, secretary 



SIGMA CHI 



TOP ROW: Robert Harper, William Huxford, Edward Bayer, John Beeson, 
Marcus VanWinkle, James Johnson, Allen Ice, John Utz, Phillip Peloquin, 
Stephen Giimore, John Goddard, David Swank, John Harlow, John Major, 
Willis Wells, Richard Studwell THIRD ROW: Barry Miller, James McGuire, 
John Grimes, David Firnhaber, Franklin Newman, Robert Trumpy, John 
Farthing, Robert Reimer, Richard Olderman, William McClayton, John Tocks, 
Joel Nilsson, James Reed, Laird Starrick, Steven Jareo SECOND ROW: 
David Utz, David RofFman, Michael Underwood, Richard Church, James 
Redpath, Paul Benda, Thom.Ts Tubbessing, Thomas Brannan, Thomas Koenig, 



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ROW: Richard Rasmussen, William Kastien, Robert Mitchell, Douglas Jack- 
man, Ned Gough, Kurt Fischer, Donald Jensen, John Sturgeon, Thomas 
Reynolds, William Allen, David Halperin, William Ross NOT IN PANEl: 
Gary Huffman, Jeffry Knuckles, John Feagan, Bernard Nestoroff, Brian Duniec, 
Dale Greco, William Schneider, James Malmquist, Kenneth Jones, James 
Hartley, Gary Moss, Larry Lekovish, Richard Fuller, James Turley, Robert 
Goulding, Philip Briggs, Dallas Lipps 




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TOP ROW: Sheldon Proctor, treasurer; Alfred LaBarre, president; Rodney 
Kaiser, pledge trainer BOTTOM ROW; Kenneth Welch, vice president; 
Michael Jones, house manager; James Benedict, social chairman; David 
Hayes, rush chairman NOT IN PANEL: Dean Woodrum, recorder 




The Sigma Nus are proud of the versatility of 
their men. In addition to members on the athletic 
teams, their Big Men on Campus have included Pres- 
ident of the Y.M.CA., President of the Model 
United Nations for the Midwestern States, and Star 
Course managers. In spite of the many and varied 
extracurricular activities, the Sigma Nus' intra- 
mural teams ranked fifth on campus; in the grade 
point averages they ranked seventh among all the 
fifty-seven fraternities. 

This year they built a $20,000 addition on to 
their kitchen and an enlargement to their 30-car 
parking lot to ease space difficulties. 



SIGMA NU 



TOP ROW: Lynn Clarkson, John Schmidt, John Thornburn, William Hails, 
James Elsesser, John Bucklar, William Huyler, Gary Gladding, Raymond 
Klinke, William Gerrish FIFTH ROW: Robert Outis, Edgar Duker, Robert 
Bowman, Richard Novak, Harold Pertle, Jack Bowers, Thomas Finan, Tenny- 
son Grebenar, Gregory Shaw, John Wanberg, Edward Murach, Jimmy 
Detrick FOURTH ROW: Dwight Powell, Jimmie Wilson, James Freed, 
Richard Hult, Mitchel Byrne, Roger Wahl, Thomas Barnes, Thomas Berry, 
James Gratteau, William Brignon, John Julian, James Wolf, Ralph Voris, 



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Kenneth Welch, Mrs. Mary Barnhill, Alfred LaBarre, Michael Jones, David 
Hayes, James Benedict SECOND ROW: Larry Grupe, Timothy Bates, Charles 
Dempsey, Steven Wilkens, James Smith, James Silverwood, Vincent Pelle- 
fier, Paul Beaty, Norwood Hart BOTTOM ROW: Richard Raby, James 
Simpson, John Small, Kevin Huck, Brian Cochran, Charles Yettke, Edward 
Meyer, Ralph Switzer, Walter Bray NOT IN PANEL: Dean Woodrum, 
Steven Shay, Robert Burns, Alan Grodek, Dwayne Griflfin 



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TOP ROW: John Stapleton, Gary Hunt, Bruce Goldman, Darryll Mathias, 
Michael Koontz, John Hull, Khosrow Kassaian THIRD ROW: Prof. M. S. 
Helm, James Overtoom, John Meskimen, Michael Salch, Ahmad Badizadegan, 
Frank Matiasek, Scot Taylor, Dr. Robert Beals SECOND ROW: Arnold 



Herzing, Ronald Davis, Scott Swaner, Edward Crager, Robert Block, James 
Ransom, Michael DeJule, Roger Whitaker BOTTOM ROW: Richard Clarke, 
James Lovett, Dennis Michael, Hugo Ehret, William Cocagne, Gary Herri- 
dege NOT IN PANEL: James Bailey, Ralph Hoekstra 



SIGMA PHI DELTA 



Sigma Phi Delta is a Social Professional Fraternity 
deeply devoted to engineering. Its motto, "Pro Bono 
Professionis," which means "For the Good of the 
Profession," exemplifies SPD's devotion to advance 
interest in engineering education and to instill a 
greater spirit of co-operation among engineering 
students and organizations. 

Maintaining the ideals of the engineering profes- 
sions, Sigma Phi Delta members actively support 
engineering research projects, such as antenna re- 
search, metallurgical research, and the Radio Tele- 
scope. Sigma Phi Delta is proud to find that two- 
thirds of last years June graduates are now busily 
working for their master's degrees. 




Gary Hunt, assistant chief engineer; Scott Swaner, business manager; James 
Ransom, secretary; Frank Matiasek, chief engineer 




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TOP ROW: John Brubaker, Lawrence Lobrillo, Alfred Arquilla, Georg 
man, Paul Carpenter, Richard Sweitzer, Barry Thompson, Gary Turner, 
George Buchik THIRD ROW: Peter Blidy, Albert Merker, Jonathan Tidd, 
George Wojtko, Kenneth Ladage, Charles Gary, John Lurie, William Irving 
SECOND ROW: James Adier, James Norling, Jon Bial, Harold Johnson, 



Kenneth Yanzy, Frank Lindberg, Marshall Seese, Robert Purdy BOTTOM 
ROW: Michael Perrie, Terry Logsdon, James Chilton, Jerry Wilson, William 
Marshall, John Early, David Sv>/eeney NOT IN PANEL: Richard Anderson, 
Edward Dunne, Lawrence Langohr, Howard Blakesley, Richard Adams, 
Craig Reitz, James Wilson, Paul Benson 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Frank Lindberg, comptroller; Jon Bial, social chairman; Ken Yanzy, pres 
dent; Harold Johnson, vice president 




The Sig Eps opened this year with a full calen- 
dar of athletic and social events. Participating in 
all IM events, they maintained their long held 
reputation as a strong athletic group. Their autumn 
formal, Casino, one of the most extravagantly dec- 
orated dances on campus, proved to be the high- 
light of the first semester. 

Sig Ep, strong in tradition and modern in fra- 
ternal policies, is a nationally known house for its 
hospitality. Their significant red door, always open, 
ever welcomes all to come in and enjoy a frater- 
nity of friendly, serious, and fun loving men joined 
in the bonds of brotherhood. 




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For Sigma Pi, the new student week in the fall 
brought the glad hand, the slap on the back, and 
the customary battery of embellished stories con- 
cerning summertime adventures. 

Traditionally, the early part of fall consisted of 
Wednesday nights at "Biddies" and weekends of 
football games. Soon came winter with many for- 
mals and Christmas parties; after returning from 
the holidays and completing finals, the Liberation 
Ball II was held. With it came spring. 

Spring brought the Orchid Formal, the main at- 
traction at Sig Pi. Ten days later, the Wednesday 
night before finals, was a last celebration to let off 
the shackles of final week pressure. 




LEFT TO RIGHT; Burkhard Geissler, vice president; Douglas Oberlink, 
herald; David Peterson, secretary; Charles Janssen, president; Jack Lemein, 
pledge trainer; Arnold Willms, tressurer; James Laux, social chairman 



SIGMA PI 



TOP ROW: John Day, Kenneth Jegerski, John Badoh, Joel Fitzjarrald, David 
Peterson, Larry Carlson, Wayne Johnson, Jack Lemein, Donald Wanfalt, Ronald 
Reynolds, Michael Kuhn, John Pow/ers, Peter Kirch, Bruce Loberg THIRD 
ROW: Donald Ballow, John Paterson, Alfred Richart, William Wydra, James 
Laux, Douglas Oberlink, Burkhard Ce'ssler, Charles Janssen, James Elston, 
Keith Lentz, John Rudin, Gary Rippon, Russell Marquis SECOND ROW: 
Jerry Mueller, Gary Heise, Calvin Laidley, Robert Rowland, Harold Frobish, 



David Brezinski, Arnold Willms, Roland Daab, Terrence Mach, John Nowicki, 
John Halley BOTTOM ROW: Robert Baumgardner, Ulrich Geissler, Joseph 
Mavec, Henry Griswold, Bruce Kincaid, Edward Bollet, Michael Wright, 
Francis Herzog, Eugene Yagow NOT IN PANEL: Robert O'Brien, Robert 
Bell, Glen Haas, Douglas Haas, Robert Frisz, Paul Hudak, Ned Gruca, Gary 
Burton, John Carlson 




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TOP ROW: Patrick Lavan, secretary; Gerald Steiner, president BOTTOM 
ROW: James Cox, social chairman; William Schuck, treasurer; Roy Krum- 
wlede, vice president; John Riordan, pledge trainer; John Brown, rush 
chairman 




The Alpha Chi chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma 
boasts of a unique origin, for it was founded by a 
group of World War II veterans. These veterans 
started a well-rounded program of scholarship, ath- 
letic, and social life which this year's Sigma Taus 
have continued to follow on the Mlini campus. 

Their main social event each year is the White 
Rose Formal. It is a dinner dance in the spring, 
highlighted by the coronation of the Sigma Tau's 
choice for White Rose Queen. A winter formal and 
costume pledge dance rounded out the house's so- 
cial calendar for this school year; but next year, as 
one of the fastest growing campus fraternities, the 
Sigma Taus are planning even more activities. 



SIGMA TAU GAMMA 



TOP ROW: Eduardo Beltran, Logan Levy, Paul Reps, Richard Burnes, Allen 
Hornbrook, Charles Gaede, Wiiliam Luecke, Larry O'Dell, Kurt Whinnery, 
Thomas Cutilletfa, Caroll Eades SECOND ROW: John Riordan, William 
Schuck, Patrick Lavan, Gerald Steiner, Roy Krumwiede, John Brown, James 



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Dawn of Gatdencrest, Michael Moss, Michael Asaro, Ralph Re-ed NOT IN 
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TOP ROW ..'..It iv,,ii /viiLi.,,..i :,ri..iiL', k.nj.r /:iit, Koiiald Lake, Edward 
Smith, Irving Kravitz, Mark Rosenbloom, Elliot Glabman, Martin Scheckner, 
ClifFord Levy, Leslie Block, Garry Alhalel, Robert Ackerman, Steven Kahn, 
Alan Machat, Steven Melshenker, David Smith, Stuart Diamond THIRD 
ROW: Richard Davidson, Fred Endeiman, Lee BarbakofF, Gary LafF, Raymond 
Steinberg, Robert Ferencz, Barry Ashley, Steven Zeinfeld, AAelvin Klein, 
Seymour Coleman, Barry Maram, Norman Rose, Elliott Israel, Stuart Glass- 
man SECOND ROW: Murray Jacobson, Alan Weisman, Jeffrey Arnold, 



G-jorgt^ Krael, Gerald Colbert, Howard Berman, Barry Kerman, Robert brc'wn, 
Lawrence Bizar, Douglas Millstone, Ronald Feingold BOTTOM ROW: Leon 
Kaufman, Brian Cohen, Raymond Bernstein, Dave Katz, Stephen Gold, Dave 
Goldstein, Seymour Levine, Gordon Krischer, Edward Kodisht NOT IN 
PANEL: Lee Becker, Arnold Slive, Allen Chiss, Jay April, Lyie Cook, Ronald 
Kerman, Donald Leaf, Jordan Roseman, Robert Sachnoff, Arthur Skolnik, 
Ricky Ament, Michael Kirshenbaum, Allen Simon 



TAU DELTA PHI 



The Tau Delts have had a very successful aca- 
demic year by ranking third of 57 fraternities in ac- 
tive averages and by sweeping the College Bowl 
during the spring Greek Week. In the College Bowl 
finals the Tau Delts sailed past their opponent 
fraternity and sorority by doubling each of their op- 
ponents' scores. Athletically speaking, the Tau Delts 
gained high recognition by winning the Pajama Race 
and co-rec bowling. 

On November 14 the Tau Delt house turned into 
hillbilly heaven for a special dance. A cleverly de- 
signed outhouse and an old fashioned still decor- 
ated the house and made the dance a success. 



Raymond Steinberg, commissar; Barry Kerman, editor and historian; Jeffrey 
Arnold, second vice president; Hov^^ard Berman, president; Gerald Colbert, 
first vice president; Alan Weisman, rush chairman; Arnold Slive, scribe 





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TOP ROW: Lee Gimbel, Lester balberg, Aurum Poster, Michael Cahan, 

Michael Kaner, Eugene Minsky, Kenneth SchulTz, Fredrick Drazner, Milford 

Ardell, Martin Salzman, Donald Fohrmann, James Rubin, Daniel Pastern, 

Richard Rosenfield, Steven White, Stuart Weinstein, Ronald Ratner THIRD 

ROW: Clive Fischman, David Schultz, Alan Harris, Scott Schwab, Richard 

Gilbert, William Marovitz, Jack Berger, Jerry Slutkin, Abraham Gerber, 

Steven Cole, Alan Charles, Lawrence Fisher, Steven Lampert, Edward 



Schwartz, Ronald Perlman, Steven Cohn SECOND ROW: Lawrence Komar, 
Fred Shandling, Geoffrey Miller, Gilbert Unatin, Jeffrey Greenberg, Jack 
Jacobson, Michael Deutsch, Richard Haber, Michael Coyne, Charles Rosen- 
bloom, Burton Weinberg, David Goldenberg BOTTOM ROW: Jerold 
Siegan, Lawrence Citron, Ira Dickstein, Barry Rosenthal, Jeffrey Franklin, 
Arthur Spivak, Gary Levy, N\ax Rubin, Jeffrey Guysenir, Howard Slmon^ 
Bruce Simon, Steven Bahrmasal 



TAU EPSILON PHI 




This fall, for the first time, Tau Epsilon Phi and 
Delta Phi Epsilon entered the new Homecoming 
Float Contest. After a long month of discussion, 
they decided to use "The Buckeyes Don't Smell It" 
as their theme. TEPs and DPhiE worked an entire 
week to assemble the float and finished with ten 
minutes to spare. All was in readiness when the 
float turned onto Green Street. As is passed the 
judges' stand, a goalpost came crashing downward. 
Fraternal horror soon became laughter. Determined 
not to be discouraged, Tau Epsilon Phi and Delta 
Phi Epsilon finished the parade, both houses vowing 
to return to competition next year. 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon — its men and name — are well- 
known with members of TKE in nearly every ac- 
tivity or athletic program on campus. The lllini 
fencing, tennis, swimming, baseball, and football 
teams are well supplied with TKEs. lllini Union de- 
partment heads, managers of Men's Glee Club, 
members of both Ma-Wan-Da and Sachem, and 
members of Star Course is only a smattering of the 
TKE activities. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon's two formals and two pledge 
dances head a list of social functions including 
pledge and house exchanges and an annual Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged children. This, with 
a new scholarship program, points to just one thing: 
another banner year for Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



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TOP ROW: Donald Houser, historian; Richard Wierciak, president SEC- 
OND ROW: Robert Dahl, treasurer; Gary Olsen, social chairman; Robert 
Polivka, house manager BOTTOM ROW: John Vanburen, vice president; 
Eugene Martin, rush chairman 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



TOP ROW: John Morrison, Michael Vaughan, Paul Brunke, John Stock, 
James Walser, Daniel Wiberg, Donald Michael, Craig Pavlus, Robert Wor- 
cester, Frank Vrechek, Robert Rogers FOURTH ROW: John Daniels, Timothy 
Thomas, Martin Vanderweit, Robert Enderby, Eugene Martin, William Kirk, 
Robert Frase, Bob Polivka, Glenn Hess, John Greaves, Gary Spurling 
THIRD ROW: Raymond McCloskey, Wayne Paulson, James Grabovirski, Ed- 
ward Feutz, John Holmes, John Allen, Richard Struck, Christopher Murtaugh, 
Ben Beavers, James Moody, Todd McNutt, James Reinhardt, Dennis White 
SECOND ROW: Richard Wierciak, Donald Houser, Robert Dahl, Terry Bren- 



nan, Mrs. Edith Raith, William Mason, Frederick Busche, John Vanburen, 
Gary Olsen BOTTOM ROW: Rodney Springer, Nicholas Bridge, John Dew, 
Steven Hunt, Terrence Diez, Robert Puchalski, Lee Backe NOT IN PANEL: 
Ronald A(;ks, Kai Anderson, Robert Beightol, Gerald Carbonari, Alan Casta- 
tor, Larry Grabb, Lynn Thomas, Walter Witkowski, Kenneth Kmiec, Fredrick 
Harms, John Greanias, John Mann, William Rovvden, Guy Wegener, Thomas 
McCullom, Terry Lovi/ry, Bruce Cullin, John Week, Richard Erickson, William 
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TOP ROW: Wayne Mock, vice president; Richard Elliott, president; Robert 
Breidert, social chairman; Stephen Kellogg, commissar BOTTOM ROW: 
Hanjochen Stadtlander, pledge marshall; Frank Wood, secretary; Edward 
Gray, treasurer 




Novelty! The most outstanding feature of the 
Theta Chi house the past year was the newness as- 
sociated with it. $75,000 was spent to redecorate 
and renovate the old section of the fraternity and 
a $125,000 modern addition was constructed dur- 
ing the summer which included double rooms with 
built in desks and dressers, a streamlined kitchen, 
and a spacious dining room. Besides these new fa- 
cilities, the basement was refurnished to provide a 
TV room and a recreation room very well suited for 
dancing. One more element made a debut at the 
fraternity — a house mother, the first one in forty 
years. The Theta Chis enjoyed the advantages of 
their refinished house and permanent house mother. 



THETA CHI 



TOP ROW: Tommy Payne, Charles Davis, Richard Florey, Thomas Miller, 
Stephen Kellogg, Charles Harvey, Bruce Brown, William Butler, Richard 
Franks, John Beazley, Robert Weisshappel, Thomas Huxley, Robert Randolph, 
James Kelly THIRD ROW: Paul Gallis, Charles Gustafson, Darryl Ander- 
son, William Dahlgren, Michael Dalton, Philip Lazar, Brian Pape, Peter Wells, 
Fredric Freeland, Ronald Gall, John Stromberg, Edwin Scharlau, James 
Hughes, Bruce Kirk, George Marco, Daniel Borah, Stanley Smith, Henry 
Pierce, Peter Kriwkowitsch, Timothy Reynolds SECOND ROW: Dale 




Eckerty, Hanjochen Stadtlander, Wayne Mock, Richard Elliott, Mrs. Ament, 
Robert Breidert, Edward Gray, Frank Wood, Douglas Emerson, Philip Mosher 
BOTTOM ROW: Paul Russell, William Jennings, Charles Maxey, Douglas 
Brent, John Susarrey, Dennis Pfeifer, George Riemenschneider, Randall 
Rothrock, James Longton, Ludolph Wilson, Randall Dahl, Carl Meurn NOT 
IN PANEL: Russell Stroup, James Skierski, Terry Ingram, Thomas Singley, 
William Holland, William Pasko 



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TOP ROW: Roger Moery, Jerry EggebrechI, Wayne Smyth, Kenneth Freer, 
Gale Wiley, Charles Phifer, Malcolm MacKenzie, Toni Butera SECOND 
ROW: Thanu Acharry, Wayne Harvey, Raymond Stroh, Dennis Nelson, David 
Randolph, Robert Montgomery, Lawrence King, Patrick Dailey, Frank Har- 



mantas, John Cook, Edv/ard Pow/ers, Robert Engler, Herman Klimick BOT- 
TOM ROW: Bradford Morley, William Cook, David Pickerill, Glenn Baird, 
Douglas Hitlle, Roy Roush, Mike— Mascot NOT IN PANEL: James Paul, 
Robert Carey 



THETA DELTA CHI 



Theta Delta Chi proved itself in '65 as an ex- 
ceptional fraternity, promoting outstanding scho- 
lastic achievement, unique social events, and solid 
brotherhood. Theta Delta Chi also added incentive 
for studies with the newly formed Educational 
Foundation, offering grant-in-aids and special 
scholarships totaling over twenty-five thousand 
dollars. 

Socially, the Theta Delt's offered four great 
dances during the school year: the Annual Pledge 
Dance, the Winter Formal, the Magna Parta, and 
the Spring Formal. A rousing combo was formed 
during the past year, composed of members from 
the University of Illinois Bands. This very outstand- 
ing combo highlighted weekend hootenanys. 




TOP ROW: Charles Phifer, vice president; Dennis Nelson, corresponding sec- 
retary BOTTOM ROW: Kenneth Freer, treasurer; David Pickerill, president; 
Wayne Smyth, social chairman 




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TOP ROW: Carl Risberg, Gary Hughes, William Stoces, Ronald Birchall, 
Steven Miller, Frank Tabor, John Leben, Richard Nedwed, Thomas Ernst, 
Antonio Leal, Byron Wilson, Frank Hackmann, Eugene Heidemann, Thomas 
Leeper, Thomas Schleper, Gary Williams, Donald Miller, Henry Karlson 
THIRD ROW: Terry Alsberg, Robert Bachand, Peter Morelli, Donald Ferguson, 
Edward Paschke, Richard Sanders, Jack Plucinski, Gordon Greene, Donald 
Tisch, John Schafer, Robert Kieso, Dwight Ridgely, John Vowell, Lester 
Wrobel, Roger Smith, Gsry Gebauer, James Heath, Gregory Hudak, George 



Rishel SECOND ROW: Peter Alsberg, Russell Mahike, John Butzer, Donald 
Jugenheimer, Mrs. Luker, Bruce Koe, John Shay, Lawrence Moreau, William 
Larson, Paul Stone, Theodore Frank BOTTOM ROW: Richard Maxwell, Bob 
Smith, Frederic Buchman, Richard Andresen, Claude Seal, Edward Cahill, 
Paul Geissler NOT IN PANEL: James Bidwill, Donald Holmes, David Jor- 
dan, Stephen Kirkby, James Randall, Stephen Roberts, Richard Santanello, 
Gerald Smith, Theodore Thoren, Robert Wolf, George Pagels 



THETA XI 



TOP ROW: John Shay, vice president; Bruce Koe, president; Laurence Moreau, 
treasurer; Donald Jugenheimer, social chairman; John Butzer, scholarship 
chairman BOTTOM ROW: William Larson, house manager 




Widely acknowledged as one of the most active 
houses on campus, the Theta Xis again found them- 
selves in the center of campus life. Stunt Show top- 
ped the long list of fall events as the Theta Xis, 
paired with Kappa Delta, made Finals for the sec- 
ond consecutive year. TX had representatives in Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Bronze Tablet, and Delta 
Kappa, and the fraternity had leaders in the lllini 
Union, IFC, and the Daily lllini. 

Scholarship at Theta Xi was excellent with prom- 
ise of even greater improvement since the pledge 
class ranked third on campus. Further evidence of 
the mature TX pledge program was winning the 
four-foot tall IFC Help Week Trophy. 




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After successfully completing the move into a 
brand new house one year ago, Triangle's original 
28-man membership doubled to its present total 
of 60 brothers. This year was celebrated with open 
houses, two pledge dances and two formals. Spring 
semester showed the men of Triangle an even bet- 
ter season, sparked by the Northwestern tourna- 
ment and Triangle basketball. This was climaxed 
by crowning of the national sweetheart at the 
Northwestern University Triangle chapter. 

In spite of Triangle's active participation in 
campus social life, the men have maintained the 
scholastic rank of 11th among fraternities. 




TOP ROW: William Allen, social chairman; Eric Brachhausen, corresponding 
secretary; James Ashbrook, treasurer; Gerald Murtaugh, president; Thomas 
Francis, vice president; Laurence O'Connor, rush chairman; Thomas Eder, 
commissary BOTTOM ROW: Charles Allen, recording secretary; George 
McGee, house manager 



TRIANGLE 



TOP ROW: Charles Mahan, Charles Ross, James Nichols, Michael Torger- 
sen, Larry Moulton, Michael Baloun, John Walters, Henry Shugars, Curtis 
Rosemann, John Hangebrauck, Robert Geer, Richard Campbell, Alan Morr, 
Dennis Newell, Timothy Sharpe, David Porter, Richard Kuiken, Steven Men- 
dygral THIRD ROW: Charles Dickinson, Donald Cortright, Kenn Sutton, 
Thomas Crawford, Richard Langrehr, James Bohlen, Thomas Brull, Steven 
Blomgren, Duane Haines, Laurence O'Connor, John Steinhour, Bruce Vodicka, 
Carl Roegner, Larry Hoffman, Richard Colver, Donald Bishop, Michael Franke 



SECOND ROW: John Dent, Thomas Eder, George McGee, William Allen, 
Thomas Francis, Gerald Murtaugh, Prof. Charles Hendricks, James Ashbrook, 
Eric Brachhausen, Charles Allen, Steven Miller, Hassan Rejali BOTTOM 
ROW: Craig Johnson, David Hiland, Alan Bridgestock, James Clarno, Charles 
Brower, Terry Bradley, Jay Rockstroh, Stanislav Vrscai, Gary Peterson, Keith 
Haselhorst, Thomas Dziedzic, James Robertson NOT IN PANEL: William 
Mayberry, Robert Benziger, Peter Pfeiffer, Nel Warren, Peter Hyzer, Scott 
Fort, Gerald Abbitt, Kenneth Dee, Garrett Terrill 



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TOP ROW: James Klein, secretary; Barry Cohen, house manager; Eugene 
Bernstein, historian BOTTOM ROW: Richard Wollack, vice president; Guy 
Jaffe, president; Bradley Goldberg, treasurer 




The members of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity believe 
in the development of the individual as a mature 
and responsible member of society. Some members 
have exhibited leadership on campus as Executive 
Vice President of the Student Senate, Union Direc- 
tor, NSA Coordinations Chairman, Chairman of IFC 
Judicial Committee, and Sachem President. 

Zeta Beta Tau also develops in its members so- 
cial responsibility. Every year the house holds a 
spring formal. This year they were also hosts to a 
genuine Roman Banquet. The party doubled as a 
masquerade affair and all guests came in traditional 
Roman costumes. A year ago the house was winner 
of the Stunt Show grand prize. 



ZETA BETA TAU 



TOP ROW: Andrew Pawlin, Randall Waks, Herbert Horn, Richard Freed, 
James Reinach, Jay Kaiser, James Simon, Bruce Fagel, Alan Yusim, Robert 
Smoller, Richard Kohlman, Barry Cohen, Paul Levanthal, Sol Frydman 
FOURTH ROW: Richard Leeds, Bruce Lurie, Richard Greenfield, Phillip Lisa- 
gor, Robert Byman, Richard Reisman, Scott Doneen, .lames Baer, Lester 
Jacobson, Richard Wollack, Carey Horwitz, George Leavitt, Thomas Gordon, 
James Block, Kenneth Wasserman, David Taisch, Robert Flam, Seth Werner, 
Paul Shapin, Joel Leibsohn THIRD ROW: How^ard Weissman, Donald 
Janoff, Lee Fischer, James Frey, Lyie Philipson, Robert Schmidt, Jeffrey 
Berkson, Gerald Drury, Barry Salky, Steven Gould, James Weissman, Guy 



JaflFe, Bradley Goldberg, Eugene Bernstein, Harry Bosley, Laurence Spector, 
James Klein, Andrew Kahan, Fredrick Wurtzel, Brian Grach, Alan Rothbart, 
Edward Kunin SECOND ROW: Daniel Braver, Randy Poncher, Earle Zim- 
merman, Pete Sande, Steven Pinto, Mrs. Anne Mendelson, Bruce Spickell, 
Alan Friedman, Lawrence Waxier, Robert Greenstein, Robert Libman, Michael 
Benedict FIRST ROW: JefFrey Rifkin, Sanford Cohen, Steven Greene, Joel 
Robbins, Laurence Feldman, Jerald Heisler, Mitchell Favius, Alan Halpern, 
Bruce Witten, JefFrey Waitzmen, Elliot Bencovitz, Brent Greenberg, Peter 
KaufFman, Bruce Kaden, David Silverglade NOT IN PANEL: Talbot Brody 




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TOP ROW Gerald Szablewski, Robert Dwyer, Robert Novota, Roljert Hefiron, 
Kenneth Krebs, Timothy Thompson, John Rowan, Ronald Walters, Robert 
Patha, Norbert Schenk, Robert Pierce THIRD ROW: James Cantalupo, John 
Schill, Manfred Jung, Robert Metelits, Gary Peterson, James Curto, Alan 
Palmer, Clifford Wenz, David Russell, Gerald Renken SECOND ROW: 



Peter Sides, Robert Unrau, Geoffrey Glaser, Kenneth Kostal, Douglas Rettig, 
James Waddell BOTTOM ROW: Reynolds Everett, Kenneth Harper, Wil- 
liam Simpson, Jeffry Main NOT IN PANEL: Douglas Fishel, Felix Jarczyk, 
James Javore, Richard Lucas, John Savot, Thomas Siberz, Paul Wenz, Roger 
Wildermuth, Douglas Whjtiock 



ZETA PSI 



One of Zeta Phi's most prominent alums was re- 
cently honored by ABC Television. Brother "Red" 
Grange was the star of a documentary program 
which was a biography of Red's climb to fame at 
Illinois and later with the Chicago Bears. 

1964 found Zeta Psi winning three league cham- 
pionships: Pledge and House league winners in Bas- 
ketball, league and Orange Division Champions in 
16" Softball. Besides finding time to participate in 
sports, the Zeta Psis also made time for some social 
events. The highlight of the 1964 social calendar 
was the Spring Formal for which the chapter house 
was decorated like a forest glen. 




TOP ROW: Geoffrey Glaser, vice president; Kenneth Kostal, president; 
Douglas Rettig, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: Robert Unrau, secretary; James 
Waddell, supreme council 







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TOP ROW: Phillip Sumner, Kingsley Oduko, Duane Hill, Myles Stevens, 
Edward Hale, Willy Kisanji, Albert McCullum, George Ojanuga, William 
Paris SECOND ROW: William Adams, Meivin Blanheim, Anthony Law- 



son, Charles Bowser, Walter Dale BOTTOM ROW: Milton Gerdine, Thomas 
McLeary, Sidney Jones NOT IN PANEL: James Jones, Larry Parkman 



ALPHA PHI ALPHA 



ALPINE LODGE 



TOP ROW: Albert Bertolani, Reece Jones, Richard Bachta, Gerald Gaul, 
Charles Fulk, John Wallace, George Hallberg, Peter Wheeler THIRD ROW: 
James Lee, Karl Hasz, Michael Green, David Ripley, James Kilroy, Anthony 
Ruta, Leslie Leffingwell, David Surratt SECOND ROW: Richard Aring, 



David Goldstein, George Concaildi, Alan Morr, Lloyd Summers, Richard 
Brace BOTTOM ROW; Leon Heaton, Allen Ray, Vernon Miller, Charles 
Moses NOT IN PANEl: Patrick Shields 




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Armory House is proud to boast of its hundred 
men. It is not often that such a large group can 
maintain a 4.0 scholastic average. The men are 
especially proud of their freshmen who carry better 
than the house average. Success does not stop with 
the academics, as the house won a first place trophy 
when they performed in the Dad's Day Revue with 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall North. 

The men of Armory House not only enjoy compe- 
tition in intramural sports but also among them- 
selves as they gather after supper to have an in- 
formal game of football or baseball. Leisurely fun 
and relaxation have helped create the friendly at- 
mosphere which prevails in Armory House. 




TOP ROW: Michael Cassidy, treasurer; Daniel Windsor, secretary BOT- 
TOM ROW: Albert Dittman, vice president; Roger Johnson, president 



ARMORY HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Robert Carlson, James Alan, Ronel Glass, Raymond Beavers, 
Paul Godbout, Jeffrey Rogers, David Kilman, Ronald Skrzecz, James Prince, 
James Johnson, Harold Wright, John Anderson, Sheldon Sutton, Grant 
Burckhardt, Richard Kyle, Steven Hassebrock, David Dohmeier, William 
Culbreth, Raymond Matthes, John Brough, Judah Graubart FOURTH ROW: 
Gerald Smoller, Michael Press, Thomas Bylina, Walter Blotevogel, Gary 
Guth, Bruce Rockwell, Thomas Martin, Thomas Matteson, Ronald Freres, 
Stuart Berger, Allen Meyer, Dennis Buyer, Steven Valfer, Edward Mooberry, 
Ronald Golbus, Stephen Vinovich, James Dong, Daniel Windsor, Richard 
Weiss, Roy Frazier, Bradley Dunham, Gary Belkin THIRD ROW: Robert 
Laleman, Ronald Malatesta, Gregory Paskiet, Jerrold Gosenpud, Mark 



Heisler, Charles Abrams, Albert Dittman, Mrs. Robert Jeffery, Mr. Robert 
Jeffery, Roger Johnson, Thomas Kooistra, William O'Neill, Robert Phares, 
Kenneth Hermach, Irwin Kash, Joseph Pope SECOND ROW: Thomas 
Reinecke, Scott Baker, Thomas Frank, Drew Sieben, Mark Favus, Libero 
Bartolotti, Kenneth Cunningham, Carl Pignotti, Michael Kreloff, Stephen 
McLin, Steven Durovic, Frederick StrobI, Robert Curry, Alan Nordvig, Dean 
Stried, Sheldon Greengard BOTTOM ROW: John Russell, Percy Braswell, 
Don McCue, James Hawking, Gary Altes, Rodney Raker, Rodney Thomas, 
William Kessner, Michael Benson, Michael Cassidy, Roy Culbertson, Harry 
White, Richard Blazier, Paul Litvin 




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TOP ROW: John Knobloch, Joseph Eisner, Roger Fairchild, James Heini- 
ger, Richard Martin, John Doyle, Jco Meeks, Hugh Freeman, Richard Brewe, 
Tom Clark, Robert Meeks, Robert Bender BOTTOM ROW: Gregory Pur- 



dom, Paul Walters, John Czech, Thomas Frazee, Gary McCoy, Roger Stroh- 
man, John Scott, Alan Stahl, Keith Bolsen, John Boyer 



BRANDOLIER 



CALHOUN HALL 



TOP ROW: Terrence Mathews, Frank Green, Mike Shopman, David Roe, 
Gareld Mixer, Donald Smucker, Larry Paul, Charlie Charlson, Bill Brooks 
SECOND ROW: Donald Johnston, Ronald Debitine, David Kuhn, Larry Camp- 
bell, Michael Gillman, Michael Gearing, Paul Sheppard BOTTOM ROW: 



James Bates, Joe Chevatil, Frank Heitzman, Darwin Swanson, Patrick Heitz- 
man, Thomas Pazick, Roger Ray NOT IN PANEL: Roger Zercal, Robert 
Hormell, Thomas Nolte 




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TOP ROW: Manfred Burgbacher, Howard Stevens, Elmer Stambaugh, Michael 
Swidler, Robert Carter, Gordon Bower, Jerry Starkey, Larry Miller, Terry 
Le May, Edmund Powell, Bruce Kleinhans, John Hansen, Paul Roth, James 
Unzicker, Donald McKenzie FOURTH ROW: Myron Stuebe, Jon Geheber, 
Stephen Pool, Richard Ohiinger, Wallace Behrends, Charles Hayton, John 
VanWieren, Garry Kepley, Larry Howell, Charles Schettler, Jerry Leonard, 
Bruce Gray, William Kerchner, Richard Espe, Charles Voreis, James Foy, 
THIRD ROW: Charles Stevens, Larry Beckmann, Howard Taylor, Donald 
Schrock, Richard Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Majercak, Robert Follas, John 



Shoemaker, Richard Nelson, Donald Gerber, Gary Polfliet SECOND ROW: 
Charles Hopson, Robert Henninger, John Steimel, Richard Weatherell, Steven 
Guebert, David Merrill, Henry Mueller, Jerry Tromblee, Thomas Hawkins, 
Samuel Taylor, Stephen Lambert BOTTOM ROW: James Marquis, Thomas 
Orendorff, William Roth, Richard Schoney, William Loftus, Robert Hutfington, 
Car! Swain, James Moore, Dean Andrews, Richard Knapp NOT IN PANEL: 
Stephen Brannon, Donald Steed, Ronald Jureziz, Paul Markunas, Spiro Au- 
goustatos, Jamhesh Jackowski, Raymond Miller, Phillip Hadden, Randall 
Mullins 



CAMPUS VIEW LODGE 



Campus View Lodge is proud of its motto as it is 
stated in the last line of its constitution — "Be nice." 
The seventy-one members of Campus View Lodge 
boast friendliness, unity, tradition, and at the same 
time maintain a high scholastic ranking. 

Campus View Lodge has been owned and oper- 
ated by Mr. and Mrs. Bob P. Majercak since 1961. 
That same year the Lodge won a second-place trophy 
for Homecoming decoration and won third-place 
honors in 1962. Last year the house won the first- 
place trophy for intramural Softball. In addition, the 
importance of social life is stressed by participation 
of Campus View residents in exchanges. 




TOP ROW: Wayne Taylor, MIA representative; John Shoemaker, district 
council representative; Richard Nelson, social chairman; Donald Schrock, ath- 
letic chairman; Donald Gerber, scholastic chairman BOTTOM ROW: Larry 
Beckmann, treasurer; Robert Follas, president; Richard Leonard, vice presi- 
dent; Gary Polfeiet, secretary 



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CHRISTIAN CAMPUS HOUSE 



COLLEGE HALL 



TOP ROW: Stanley Sutherland, Albert Gober, Lawrence Huelsman, John 
Newboe, Stephen Hoyt, John Madonia, John Plunk, Harold Bauer, Joseph 
Baldoni, Richard Micko, David Bauman, Paul Arnold, Douglas March, Donald 
Levy, Daniel Eppinga, Robert Mitchell, James Mitchell, Paul Redhead, 
Steven Goldberg, Keith Boles, Bryan Ferguson, Charles Howe, Kenneth 
Rizzo FOURTH ROW: Terry Orrick, Daniel Ghere, Wallace Olson, 

Gary Robenstein, John Baruck, Paul Danehl, Peter Stoecklin, George Gun- 
lock, Thomas O'Brien, James Davis, David McClenahan, Michael Morrow, 
Roger Russel, Wayne Dohman, John Dorgan, James McCurdy, Charles 



Brumm, Gary Gillig, Terrence Petruska, William Brumley, Stephen Butler, 
John Phipps THIRD ROW: Roy Woolridge, Thomas Graue, Geoffrey 
Malecha, Charles Ulinski, David Slattery, Jerry Frein, John Beicher, Mrs. 
Lange, Gerald Vespa, Earl Booth, Robert Ratzel, Michael Martin, Richard 
Braun SECOND ROW: Jack Burwell, Craig Arends, John Conley, James 
Cyborowshi, Frederick Sutton, Robert Krol, James Swanson, Paul Caughlin, 
James Royer BOTTOM ROW: Robert Brewster, Michael Traband, Joseph 
Hovious, Tom Doose, Eugene David, Thomas Jedlowski, Edward Frank 




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TOP ROW: Richard Peterson, Charles Harwood, Daniel Kelly, Karl Lund, 
Kenlin Lund, Jack /Watzer, James Henderson BOTTOM ROW: Larry Smith, 
Fenton Fiske, Mrs. James Dively, Jerry Julian, Donald Kopale NOT IN 



PANEL: Joseph Hubbard, Douglas Langan, Jerry Swinford, William Aydt, 
Thomas Nordquist, Dennis Newton 



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ENTREKIN CLUB 



TOP ROW: Calvin Yan, Vance Ahlf, Richard Call, Lawrence Sample, Lester 
Holland, Daniel Robertson, Ronald Hayes, George Deming, Dennis Cohil, 
Ronald Legg, George Jamison, Lawrence- Wendel, Robert Chaney THIRD 
ROW: Thomas West, Jess Lionberger, James Berthold, Gary Morrison, Richard 
Wilson, Michael Wyffels, Richard Larson, Kermit Gettings, Wayne Robinson, 



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hardt, Steve Sauder SECOND ROW: Roger Blair, Reginald Williams, 
Dennis File, George Tunison, Richard Morrison, James Johnson, James 
Grothe, Richard Nice, Paul Jorgensen, Michael Wright BOTTOM ROW: 
Roger Heitman, Dale Turner, Richard Gibson, Gerald Makeever, Andris Maneks 






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TOP ROW: Lee Winzler, Joseph Hobein, Stephen Rothblatf, Russell Andres, 
David Salanda, Lewis Sweeny, Roger Khnk, Hajime Taleicji SECOND 

ROW: Harold Stoller, John Busby, Thomas Rees, Earnest Anniss, Rex 
Livengood, Alan Zimmer, Robert Dye, Dieter Werner, Steven Blonz 



BOTTOM ROW: Edward Miller, Bernd Pesler, Kenneth Maurer, Russell 
Rumple, Paul Gayer, Ronald Lohmeier, Robert Anniss, John Gaskiil NOT 
IN PANEl: Daniel Dikun, Ronald McGarrah, Richard Harney, Warren Kistak 



FIRESIDE 



GAR-MEN 



TOP ROW: Robert Pillotte, Jon Barnickel, Ronald Wikholm, Kenneth 
Clausen, John Klever, Joseph Nicholas, Michael Lamb, Kenneth Felsman 
SECOND ROW: Dennis Huston, Andrew Dystrup, David Breeding, Mrs. 




Garms, Jack Brainerd, Thomas Weidner, Raymond Gibbs BOTTOM ROW: 
William Scott, Michael Moran, Gregory Crandall, Michael Riordan, Robert 
Gibbs, Michael Lanigan NOT IN PANEL: Donald Simon, Richard Shunk 



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TOP ROW: Gregory Hill, Bert Austin, Lawrence Nelson, Gregory North- 
cutt, Dennis Shaul, Richard Tanner, William Hall, Thomas Jarboe, Glenn 
Oliver, Norman Abazoris, James Brown, Stephen Moeller, Howard Spires, 
David Blizzard, Terry Sueltman, David Garner, Peter Wiza, Lee Jacobs, 
William Egan, LaVerne Canham, Paul Tucek, Dennis Ruehlman, Douglas 
Pool FOURTH ROW: Dennis Wojs, Loren Lewis, Lawrence Wallman, Luke 
Rose, John Kott, James Dorsey, Robert Mallin, Jeffrey Bloom, Louis Pierce, 
David McNielly, Robert DeYoung, Howard Wiese, Kenneth Poifter, John 
Streit, Wayne Paige, James McCrystal, Raymond Glow, Randall Derby, 
Michael Lops, Gary Nowickas, Gus Jackson THIRD ROW: Robert Wahlgren, 
William Riter, John Morganti, Larry Hardesty, Andrew DeNaray, James 



Kragh, James Wieldt, Ronald Hoekstra, Thomas Giardini, Raymond Janis, 
Ronald Stevens, Harold Rice, Richard Weber, Paul Young, George Kroupa 
SECOND ROW: Ronald Hardesty, Philip Harris, Lance Piekos, Larry Piekos, 
Richard Hailstone, Randall Redfern, Danial Balz, Terry Stevens, Bruce Chap- 
man, Bradley Harris, Kenneth Rohlfing, Steven Dilks, Richard Stewardson, 
Terry Zachary, John Schoenhofen BOTTOM ROW: Joseph Zeller, William 
Douglas, John Hightower, Harlow Armstrong, Richard Woodring, Todd 
Eberle, Alan Bilyeu, William Watson, Lawrence Thompson, James Bittner, 
Merrell Runquisi NOT IN PANEL: Michael Simon, Steven Friedmann, James 
Egan, Stephen Berg, Thomas Williams, Dennis Erickson, Randall Scharf, Frank 
Drennan, John Fogg 



GRANADA 



This year has again proven to be a very profitable 
one for the one hundred men living at Granada. 
Each year Granada gives a winter formal known as 
the "Rose Room Formal," for which forty-five dozen 
roses are brought in to be used for decorations. The 
men enjoy transforming the house into a rose won- 
derland for their dates and themselves to enjoy and 
to remember always. 

Christmas time is one of the busiest times of the 
year for the men of Granada. Each Christmas they 
join with Alpha Gamma Delta and Kappa Delta for 
a Christmas party given for the children from the 
Cunningham Children's Home. 



TOP ROW: Joseph Zeller, secretary; Lee Jacobs, IM chairman; Douglas 
Pool, treasurer; Ronald Stevens, scholastic chairman BOTTOM ROW: 

Ronald Hardesty, vice president; Gregory Hill, social chairman; Paul 
Young, president 





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TOP ROW: John Doll, Harold Kleiss, Larry Beaty, Thomas Geistler, Marshal 
Danker, John Keele, Clerence Rawlings, Richard Rohlf, Jerry Doll, Ron 
Warfield, John Hillison, Gary Mitchell, Richard Hurelbrink, Charles Freed, 
James McVickar MIDDLE ROW: Stephen Webel, Gene Bork, James John- 



son, Roger Musselman, John Huston, Clarence Starkweather, Nelson Baum- 
gartner, Larry Barbre BOTTOM ROW: Leonard Julius, Laurence Baxter, 
Ronald Riffey, Don Bilyeau, Paul Boyles, Ronald Scherer, Dale Meyer 



ILLI-DELL 



TOP ROW: Nelson Baumgartner, commissar; Roger Musselman, work chair- 
man; Richard Rohlf, treasurer; Clarence Starkweather, vice president; John 
Huston, president BOTTOM ROW: Larry Barbre, social chairman; James 
Johnson, secretary 




llli-Dell House is comprised of thirty-one men 
who are pursuing careers in agriculture or related 
fields. It is the most active MIA house on this 
campus as evidenced by the MIA trophy of recog- 
nition awarded to its members for five consecutive 
semesters. In the area of scholarship, llli-Dell 
topped all organized houses with a 4.016 all-house 
average. Socially its members participate in many 
exchanges with a year's events climaxed by a house 
dance. The members also participate in many extra 
curricular activities including clubs, honoraries, and 
religious organizations. They have won many intra- 
mural sports awards, the most significant one being 
for excellence in sportsmanship. 




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TOP ROW: Henry McDowell, Robert Wissell, Thomas Logan, Raymond Norton, 
John Keyes, William Parker, Taylor Johnston BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Oster- 



meier, Donald Elliot, Lewis Rooker, Robert Henderson, Stephen Davis, Kenneth 
Palmer NOT IN PANEL: Martin Mullvain 



HOUSE OF ROOJAH 



KNIGHT CLUB 



TOP ROW: Evaggelos Vallianatos, Robert Weibel, Thomas Pawlowski, Robert 
Price, Craig Garrison, Michael Kaczala, Duane Andreason, Robert Tileudis, 
Ronald Korth SECOND ROW: Eli Luchini, Fred Meyer, James Lubinski, 
Ronald Keller, John Mazur, Gerald Hall, Lawrence Kucharz, Milton Nichols, 



Joe Armstrong, Thomas Funk BOTTOM ROW: John Aggen, Kenneth Brill, 
Michael Grammer, Ray Morris, Jeffrey Wegerson, Richard Aguirre, Richard 
Meinert, Roger Campbell, Marvin Janssen 



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TOP ROW: Robert O'Brien, public relations; Melvin Hodges, commissar; 
Charles Brown, chaplain; Tedd Carlson, initiate director; George Young, 
social chairman SECOND ROW: Fred Emshousen, vice president; George 
Veenstra, president; David Alexander, treasurer BOTTOM ROW: John 

Purdy, house manager; Fred MacMurdo, secretary 




A new combined program of scholarship and cam- 
pus activities for the men of Koinonia resulted in 
improved grades for all members as well as their 
development socially. This program gave the house 
a well-rounded character. 

One of the favoiite traditions of Koinonia men 
is the annual Initiate Dance which is held in the fall 
to honor all the new members. In the spring the 
men have their formal dance which was held in the 
lllini Room in the Union this past year. In addition, 
they participated in co-rec basketball and held the 
annual Dad's and Mom's Day banquets. At present 
the men are busily formulating plans for a new 
house to be completed soon. 



KOINONIA 



TOP ROW: Thomas Puhse, Richard Thompson, John Hedrick, William Calliss, 
William Wood, David Meyer THIRD ROW: Kerry Harms, Drew/ Wickham, 
Ray Robinson, Leonard Philips, Ronald Rehling, Charles Heavner SECOND 



ROW: Charles Brown, David Alexander, Fredrick Emshousen, George Veenstra, 
Melvin Hodges, John Purdy, Tedd Carlson BOTTOM ROW: Michael Pierce, 
David Cole, Fred MacMurdo, George Young, Robert O'Brien, George Yanson 



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TOP ROW: Paul Miller, Daniel King, Robert Ingram, Charles Olmsted, 
Herbert Hales SEVENTH ROW: William Boyd, Roger English, Jack More 
ski, Ronald Bajt, Robert Beeman SIXTH ROW: Fred Juras, Kenneth Arnold, 
Thomas Kell, Raymond Miller, James Dyer FIFTH ROW: Robert Petrucelli, 
Allen Pekar, David Bates, Harold Milderink, Stuart Gallin, Melvin EhrhardI 
FOURTH ROW: William Peterson, William Dwyer, Kenneth Ruggieri, William 
Steiner, Rahn Wilder, Daniel Cook THIRD ROW: Robert Brown, Vincent 
Fuller, Samuel Liebovich, Gregg Meier, James Wright, David Hoffman, Merle 
Atkins, James Carleton, Joseph Figueria SECOND ROW: Ronald Fuller, 



Theodore Hild, Walter Chornomas, Wayne Carlson, Mrs. Melvin Crooks, 
Mr. Melvin Crooks, Richard Ronna, Richard Sash, James Daly, Barry Dainas 
BOTTOM ROW: Donald Davia, Richard Heinrich, Lauren Broj, Robert Schultz, 
Charles Hoff, Abraham Mazliach, Frederich Mohr, Ernest Wisniewski, Robert 
Strube, Arno'd Poremba NOT IN PANEL: Gary Tindall, Dennis Alexander, 
Garry Moabs, Terrance Schwitt, James Obbish, James Jarrett, Victor Giometta, 
Ronald Meli?a, William Schroder, Joseph Watkins, Terry Ireland, David 
Dominguez, Curtis Olson, Ronald Johnson 



MEDEA LODGE 



To the men of Medea, the years at Illinois have 
been happy and successful ones. Since Medea Lodge 
won its division's championship in both football and 
baseball last year, it earned the Blue Division IM 
Achievement Point Award. Medea continued its 
winning ways by taking second place in Dad's Day 
Revue with LAR North. 

The year's social events were topped off by the 
annual spring formal, "Affaire du Coeur." Numer- 
ous exchanges also provided mid-week breaks. 






TOP ROW: William Boyd, activities chairman; Daniel King, district council 
representative; Robert Strube, secretary SECOND ROW: William Schroder, 
social chairmen; Terry Ireland, athletic chairman; Frederich Mohr, treasurer 
BOTTOM ROW: William Peterson, scholarship chairman; Charles Hoff, vice 
president; Joseph Figueria, president 




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TOP ROW: Gale Hollingsworth, Timothy Kary, Allen Taylor, Ronald Mc- 
Keighen, Richard Brass, Curt Freeberg, David Smucker SECOND ROW: 
Howard Berg, Ronald King, Michael Adkins, Larry Dittmer, Jack Lynn, 



Gary Alex BOTTOM ROW: Norman Butzow, Edward Van Der Molen, 
Nestor White, Randall True, Chong Kwong Yuan, Donald Legel 



MINAWA 



TOP ROW: Gary Alex, president BOTTOM ROW: Randall True, treasurer; 
Howard Berg, chaplain; Gale Hollingsworth, house manager; Allen Taylor, 
secretary; Richard Brass, vice president 




From their founding as a Christian co-operative 
housing unit in 1942, Minawa has tried to provide 
its members with a campus home and a living at- 
mosphere in which each fellow may learn, exper- 
ience, and grow as a Christian student of the Uni- 
versity. Fellowship among the members and high 
scholastic achievements are stressed. Minawa helps 
further members' spiritual growth through a di- 
rected plan of devotional meetings and Bible 
studies. 

Participation in intramural sports and numerous 
socials gives Minawa a complete schedule of activi- 
ties. Annual events of interest include a pledge 
versus active football game, a Mom's Day Banquet, 
and the yearly spring steak fry. 




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Over four hundred men live in Newman Hall, 
the largest independent housing unit on campus. 
Within the ranks of Newman, men are leaders and 
outstanding students in academics, sports, and cam- 
pus activities. This year, student politics was con- 
sidered to be a special interest with the offices of 
Student Senate and student body president, and vice 
president of MIA being held by Newman men. 

Every Christmas the Newman men give a party 
for the children of an orphanage, sharing with them 
a spirit and joy of the season. In these ways, serv- 
ice, leadership, and friendly enthusiasm are all a 
part of Newman's environment. 




TOP ROW: James Stanko, vice president; Larry Rakunas, secretary; BOT- 
TOM ROW: Gary Eng, president; Richard Goy, treasurer 



NEWMAN HALL 



TOP ROW: Loren Vandegraft, John MacNamara, Gary Jacobs, James Reaf- 
snyder, Wendell Jeno, Fred Hott, Michael Yakos, Robert Camillone, William 
Cichanski SECOND ROW: Lawrence Rakunas, James Stanko, Father Mc- 



Dermotf, Father Engels, Gary Eng, Richard Goy BOTTOM ROW: Paul 
Devereaux, Jack AAarx, Thomas Rozanski, Charles Barbaro, Leroy Mulcrone, 
James May, Richard Mackey 



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TOP ROW: Michael Yakos, Edward Martini, Joseph Mattingly, Edward 
Kallal, Ernest Klecknew, Mathew Yegge, William O'Connor, Bruno Bertucci, 
Amel Massa, Matthew Riley FOURTH ROW: Paul Kuick, Brendan Dixon, 
Joseph Miller, Mark Reisenberger, William Radzevich, David Loebach, Rich- 
ard Mackey THIRD ROW: Michael Branda, Dennis Arendt, Joseph Mow- 
bray, Thomas Troft, Donald Reid, Craig Kassabaum SECOND ROW: 



Kenneth Dee, Christian Currey, William Mick, James Meeder, Thomas 
Rozanski, Bradford Baftey, Joseph Flaherty, James McCreary, Dennis Kostr- 
zewski BOTTOM ROW: Gary Maxwell, Frank Biver, Adalbert Vlazny, 
Thomas Nolle, Kenneth Karson, Dennis Zambo, Frederick Thulin, Jerry 
Sweeney, Randolph Carson, John Houlihan, Robert Pollnow 



NEWMAN HALL 



TOP ROW: John Deluca, John Allrich, Richard Mroczynski, Martin Canty, 
James Reafsnyder, David Mollvoy, Fred Hott, Rudy Sliepka, Edward Oehler, 
Michael Fallen FOURTH ROW: Robert Adams, Gary Eng, Robert Daniel, 
Joseph Skowronski, Gary Jacobs, Lawrence Humpert, Kenneth Polack, Michael 
Bernard, Leroy Basha THIRD ROW: Paul Cofoid, Fred Berns, William 
Willett, Richard Boylan, Raymond Tamasauskas, Terry Sc'iulze, Thomas 



Lombae-r, Michael Long, Frank Maggio, Frank Detrana SECOND ROW: 
John Abell, Bernard Gallagher, Gregory Whalen, Guy Serumgard, David 
Seraphin, Dean Adams, Harold Burch, John Manning, John Berns BOTTOM 
ROW: Steven Clapper, John Radecky, Thomas Young, Richard Bugajski, 
John Lane, James Boerner, Thomas Fitzgerald, Paul Sowa, Leroy Mulcrone 



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TOP ROW: Robert Clark, Harry Frisby, Robert Claypool, Warren Drake, 
Robert Stieren, James Jackson, Thomas Lively BOTTOM ROW: Robert 



Perry, Joseph Ori, Frank Gorham, Paul Martin, Kenneth Apacki 



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NABOR HOUSE 



TOP ROW: Richard Schingoethe, Gary Reynolds, Gregory Heinz, Harold 
Isaacson, Richard Taylor, Joseph Hampton, John Litherland, David Rincker, 
VyrI Laible, David Grieve, Edward McMillan, James Robinson SECOND 
ROW: Robert Carlson, Michael Still, Frederick Cluskey, Kenneth McMillan, 



Nobert Soltwedel, James Walker, Wayne Peterson BOTTOM ROW: Stephen 
Riskedal, James Traub, William Robinson, Robert Kennedy, David Linden, 
Lawrence Mitchell, Kenneth Nimrick 




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TOP ROW: Dennis Williams, James Carswell, Micheal McLamore, Edwin 
Sullivan, Neil Bennett, John Macke, Thomas Pavlak, Jory Chelin, Larry 
Wittman, Steven EfFland THIRD ROW: Andrew Kempiak, James Hermes- 
dorf, Wayne Knepp, Kenneth Rathke, Jeffrey Rich, Terry Imig, Howard Ras- 
mussen, Donald Dreyfus, Micheal Friedlander, Jay Barr SECOND ROW: 



Armand Onesto, Melvyn Abrams, Mrs. Mildred Brown, Micheal Thiry, Ron- 
ald Olson, Steven Austin BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Balma, Kenneth Beiike, 
Elden Garlisch, Ralph Katz, John Guagliardo NOT IN PANEL: John Deli- 
mata, Glenn Leach, Douglas Ziesemer 



OREGON HOUSE 



PRAETORIANS 



TOP ROW: Ronald Friedman, Robert Hasegawa, Edward Fox, Melvin Garber, 
Nathan Harrison, Gerald Garfield, Arnold Harrison, Niel Bennett, Jory Chelin, 
Donald Dreyfus, Lawrence Erman, Jerome Gagerman THIRD ROW: Allen 
Shub, Neil Katz, Michael Press, Michael Poper, Jay Frank, Robert Holstein, 
Sheldon Lutz, Jeffrey Rich, Jack Teplitz, Lawrence Baskin, Lawrence Galinkin, 
Alan Williger SECOND ROW: Nicki Goldstein, David Goldenberg, Gerald 



Tenner, Joel Cohen, Michael Wagner, Bernard Wolfberg, Paul Saharack 
BOTTOM ROW: Barry Laven, Gerson Mosbacher, Lawrence Weintrob, Rich- 
ard Opper, Steven Isaacson, Edward Cheskis, Michael Halpern, Norman 
Gordon, Phillip Fisher NOT IN PANEL: Alan Byron, Jeffery Gurvitz, 
Grady Holley, David Lawrence, Steven Reitman, Donald Salberg, Paul Smith, 
Peter Williamson 




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TOP ROW: Alan Compton, Jack Harrold, David Fairchild, Vaughn Dui.iinan, 
Darreil Mennenga, Roger Smith, Norman Boys, Perry Beat, Anthony Stolz, 
Ralph Lamke, Thomas Nickles, Samuel Wendel SECOND ROW: Gary Walden, 



Edward Butts, Robert Turner, Mrs. Elma Sons, David White, Samuel Small, 
Gary Hartman BOTTOM ROW: Gary Boske, Robert Townsend, William 
Hartman, James ShafFer, Leonard Bailey, David Daw^son 



SONS HOME 



TAMAROA LODGE 



TOP ROW: William Netznik, Paul Lange, Philip Bethell, Robert Orr, Timothy 
Reed, Kenneth Hassell, Steven Heuer, Robert Nixon, Wayne Ward THIRD 
ROW: Raymond Benson, David Monti, William Austin, Robert Schutte, Gerald 
Boyer, James Harrison, Fred Stoecklin, Donald Mason BOTTOM ROW: 



Christopher Young, Robert Dettling, Larry Mitchell, John Garlanger, Dean 
Muehler, Donald Nelson, Marvin Shields, Randall Brian, Maurice Hooks 
NOT IN PANEL: Donald Smith, John Thomas, Thomas Sawicki, Thomas 
Piotrowski, Thomas Kowalski, Gerald Hardy 



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TOP ROW: Jon Nestor, Allan Bleich, James Enck, Douglas Wailin, Gary 
Thor, Glenn Currie, Edward Carr, Gary Kopp, David Jones, Paul Lohneis, 
Terry Thiel, Joseph Frost, Gary Koritz, Robert Vernia THIRD ROW: 
John Bourgoin, Michael Gemmill, Jerry Marley, Wayne Berger, Larry Hippen, 
Carl Kueltzo, Dennis Hirsch, Jack Leavitt, Jim Christopher, Bob Rom, Keith 



Nicolai, Mark Bear, John Christie SECOND ROW; Bruce Kirstein, John 
Olejnicki, Raymond Heinisch, Jon Yarbrough, Robert Lee, John Kettle, 
Gary Saunders, Norman Bush, William Fanta, Robert Hosticka BOTTOM 
ROW: William Demers, Fred Gau, Maurice Neese, Phillip Weinberg, Howard 
Cox, Randall Stevens, Terry GoocJin, Alan Wallace 



BABCOCK BASTILLE 



BABCOCK ROOST 



TOP ROW: Sherwin Bulmash, Robert Lewin, James Gleich, Gerald Bednar, 
Neal Neumann, Arthur Volsen, Randall Ranken, David Schickedanz, Ronald 
Jones, David Rush, Frank Makarauskas, Thomas Brooks THIRD ROW: Ray 
Nitzsche, Larry Campbell, Donald Bonds, Richard Duimovic, Arthur Walter, 
Donald Crum, Robert DalBello, John Kowalczyk, Robert Kopplin, Charles 
Reusnow, Harlan Hill, Gerald Parkhurst, Raymond Hauk SECOND ROW: 



James Framberger, James Stapleton, Raphail Kaplan, David Major, Craig 
Wieneke, Laurence Rosen, Fred Ozment, John Kummer, James Johnston, 
Charles Eisenbies BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Brown, Gre-gory Glab, Jan Jur- 
gens, JeFFrey Beck, Harry Sanders, John Wetter, Richard McMullen, Reuel 
Roberts 




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TOP ROW: Harvey Press, Robert Sullivan, Melferd Bose, Sanford Farkash, 
Jeffrey Gottlier, Gerald Grieser, John Harryman, Dennis Heintz, Larry Van 
Doren, James Fornango, David Cobb THIRD ROW: Robert Young, Ulin 
Andrew/s, Charles Schild, Michael Bovis, Seymour Zilberstein, Thomas Or- 
lowski, Ronald Stolarz, Frank Klett, William Ferrie, David Fenoglio, William 



Boston SECOND ROW: Robert Klarquist, James Schelling, Robert Ellis, 
Robert Solly, Andrew Boston, Joseph Salemi, Glen Dahlbacka, Gordon 
Andersen, Alan Weninger BOTTOM ROW: William Fitzhugh, Thomas Corl, 
William Rinne, Conald Baker, Gregory Cohn, Arthur Oster, Thomas Spada 



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CARR CAVES 



TOP ROW: William Michaely, Raymond Deibert, Timothy Cent, John Stevens, 
Rollin Roach, McLean Takaki, Ronald Lathouwers, Clyde Torp, Robert Mc- 
Inerney, Michael Milton, John Bale, Robert Woodworth, John Boyer, Lau- 
rence Turner THIRD ROW: Donald Bachman, Robert Bingham, Anthony 
Garman, Paul Griebel, Harold Jehle, Fred Heal, Thomas Frost, David Kap- 
lan, Harold Jenkins, Craig Talbott, Julian Hayum, Gerald Siemiller, Jerry 
Turner, Stephen Blakely, James McLean, Robert Silvers, Robert Mucha 



SECOND ROW: William Andrev^/s, Michael Sherman, Wayne Safka, James 
Kelly, Mark Uchida, David Etherton, Abraham Lev, Steven DeLue, Robert 
Nacin, Peter Marsh, Ronald Budzinski, James Rose BOTTOM ROW: John 
Roberts, Clement Moy, Robert Kass, Keith Fitzgerald, Merrill Miller, James 
Matarelli, Gregory Ambrose, Alan Ahcin, Thomas Darnell, Thomas Dagnon, 
Richard Knox 




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TOP ROW: Steven Nagel, William Marshall, James Rooks, Charles Nelson, 
Neil Sieber, John Scott, Larry Hendee, David Eubanks, William Voyles, Kerry 
Gonnam, John Birmingham, Ronald Mass, Dennis Kelly, Stephan Chait, 
Gus Wall THIRD ROW: James O'Brien, Ronald Sanford, Dale Smith, 
Michael Carbrey, William Hubbard, Fred Ranck, James Deets, John Tully, 
Michael McCartney, Thomas Tolpin, Clifford Brown, Walter. Crowley, Jeffrey 



Jensik SECOND ROW: Raymond Bilodeau, Charles Jeschk. I'.ti.d.l Acker- 
son, George Zervos, Robert Neirynck, Dennis Schaer, William Lyman, 
Michael Sunning, Walter Panko, Robert Smith, Fred Levoy, Dennis Johnson 
BOTTOM ROW: Stephen Markee, Steven Handlon, Harold Patterson, George 
Drye, John Mitchell, Robert Williams, Kenneth Jerina, John Anderson, 
Ronald Azbell, Donald McAtee 



FORBES CITADEL (4W) 



FORBES HILTON (2E) 



TOP ROW: Ralph Ruebner, Sylvan Schwab, Luis Brill, Terry Dyroff, Dennis 
Stachmus, William Bischoff, James Zaccagni, Robert Danzinger, James Port- 
scheller THIRD ROW: Frank Repeynski, Lee Dobbs, Robert Haney, Donald 
Edgar, William Tuckey, William Thomson, Michael Redemske, Stephen 
Kovzomis, Thomas MacDonald SECOND ROW: Jame; Jedr), Michael An 



derson. Jay Means, Robert Heisler, Stephen Himmelstein, Roger Freeman, 
George Harper, Gary Dycus, David Sanchez BOTTOM ROW: William 
Coyle, Robert Buerger, Terry Schultz, David Schiamberg, Kelley Conn, 
Kenneth Mehochko, Gary Kuhar 




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TOP ROW: Carl Moellenberndt, Irvin Moskowitz, James Luecke, Ardell 
Nease, Larry Knodle, Stephen Downs, Donald Meyer, James Blankfield, 
Stephen Sokalski, Lance Hudgens, Wesley Rudy, William Rothwell, Gerald 
Schuh THIRD ROW: Paul Anderon, Keith Kilty, Robert Lee, George 
Taylor, Charles Schneider, Jon Helman, Donald McCall, Samuel Stancik, 
Stephen Taylor, William Sturhan, Stephen Tousey, Daniel Houmes, Robert 



Langellier, Juin:, tvcntt SECOND ROW: James Mukoyama, James 

Purcell, William Stalker, Rich Temple, John Hunt, Roger Ramsay, Joseph 
Fruchter, William Darnell, Marc Moonin, George Bokios, Alan Bragg 
BOTTOM ROW: Sammy Hicks, Thomas Stadel, Paul Zopolsky, Gary Stark- 
man, Raymond Kuga, Kermith Werremeyer, Richard Slifer, George Neltner, 
Henry Hoff 



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GARNER FOUNDATION (1) 



TOP ROW: David Lashley, Harvey Briggs, Donald Jeanblanc, William 
Zimmerman, Alan Haan, Garry Krutsinger, Robert Elias, Dennis Fane 
BOTTOM ROW: David Hibbs, Donald Feldstein, William Boston, Edward 



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TOP ROW: Robert Hecht, William Adams, Donald Brewer, Robert Gansberg, 
Charles Goodall, Joseph Salucka, William Kennedy, Dale Kriesel, Robert 
Leonard SECOND ROW: Emmert Clevenstine, Kirk MacKay, Robert Brock- 



man, Arthur AAichaely, Donald Crownover, Thomas McLeary BOTTOM 
ROW: Ronald Stone, Verner Prawius, Gary Anderson, Jeffery Simmons, 
Bruce Frazin 



GARNER GALAXY (3W) 



GARNER GALLERY (2E) 



TOP ROW: Eldon Haab, Ernest Bogusch, Carl Amerlan, John Polley, Leslie 
Schwarz, Ronald Wickett, George Wilson, Lav^/rence Bouchard, Martin Allen, 
Thomas Bauer, Philip Herbst THIRD ROW: Michael Muzos, David Helman, 
Ronald Hendricks, David Johnson, Edward Cygan, Thomas Logan, Donald 
Hoffman, Thomas Bouchard, Howard Kotlicky, Kenneth Richter, William 
Goodman, Stephen Cherry SECOND ROW: David Alexander, Dieter 



Meister, Richard Stewart, Duane Anderson, David Cooper, Charles Hug, 
John Archer, Stephen Rogevs, Dale Johnston, Clemens Katzenmayer, Vincent 
Mirtich BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Bloquist, Benjamin Guasto, Daniel Wil- 
liams, Jerome Nalywajho, Daniel Albano, Francis Browning, Dennis Kraft, 
John Vicari, Csaba Kohalmi 



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TOP ROW: Larry Brim, Lowell Tison, Michael Coinpasso, Donald Greeley, 
Leonard Lingo, Charles Tindall, Charles Nelson, Richard Holm, Alan Miller, 
Howard Owens THIRD ROW: Marshall Schy, William Trigg, Roger Koupal, 
Harry Baxter, Ronald Reichlin, Richard Bednar, Frank Losos, Wayne Franzen, 
Terry Rohde, Harvey Kelber, Robert Edbrooke SECOND ROW: Warren 



Corrado, Frank Hagelberger, Kenneth Eck, William Metzger, Leslie Harris, 
Alfred Tisdahl, Daniel Rudman, Arthur Grange, Howard Blumenthal BOT- 
TOM ROW: James Stovall, Dennis Juncer, Robert Smitha, William Burzyn- 
ski, Paul Wagenberth, Stephen Maack, Irwin Kahn, James Miller 



GARNER GARRET (4E) 



GARNER INN (2W) 



TOP ROW: Richard Berg, Gary Snieski, Robert Brissman, Richard Moyer, 
Roger Reeves, William Micheletti, Richard Bukowski, Lowell Iverson, Frank 
Simutis, Edwin Brubeck, Michael Walsh, John Lash THIRD ROW: Thomas 
Johnson, Bruce Kelly, David Moon, John Williams, Eugene Packer, Robert 
Rouse, Raymond Ehle, Philip DelPrete, Michael Kenyon, Earl Nelson, Jay 
Berke, Paul McLaughlin, Eugene Goldberg, Joel Golden SECOND ROW: 



Wallace Tchon, Dan Poff, Robert Blettner, Maurice Klee, Craig Miller, Robert 
Mitchell, Raymond Good, Frederick Johnson, David Roscetti, George Barth, 
Robert Endecavageh, Donald Afflerbaugh, Charles Oppenlander BOTTOM 
ROW: Stanley Fox, Stephen Smith, Ervin Wilson, Lawrence Sutter, Daniel 
Harrington, Michael Dunlap, Marvin Holland, William Witzig, Bruce 
Thompson, Clinton Brooks, Robert Passovoy 



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TOP ROW: Wayne Zarnecki, Kenneth Ebeling, Clifford Allen, William 
Waller, Mark Wilson, Joseph Derso, Peter Cecchinelli, Frank Cozart, Ken- 
neth Carlson, Michael Ciesielka, Osamu Yamanaka, Raymond Carpenter 
THIRD ROW: Thomas McNeilly, Larry Niggli, John Blair, Robert Doyle, 
John Sandeen, Arthur Hillman, Michael Nauta, John Potter, Tomlinson Hol- 
man, Robert Wrobel, Richard Scheuber, James Mickelson SECOND ROW: 



Russell Emch, Hov^ard Lundeen, Richard Bernard, Thomas Ziemba, Tim Erin, 
Roland Wright, Michael Grosser, John Sepesi, William Weigel, Richard Gryn, 
Barry Hechtenthal, Kenneth Lawson BOTTOM ROW: Craig Molitor, Eugene 
Silliman, Robert Carter, Thomas Good, James Miller, William Norby, Ronald 
Jahns, Dennis Van Meenen, William Watts, John Tremain 



GARNER REBELS (3E) 



GARNER SUITES (4W) 



TOP ROW: Vernon Chan, John Fiese, David Holden, David Castilon, Charles 
Berthold, William Pemberton, Alan Johnson, Thomas Noecker THIRD ROW: 
John Rampp, Patrick Luchsinger, Lawrence Like, Leonard Petrucolli, John 
Guthrie, Barry Vernick, Michael Hilborn, Vasilios Tsimtsilis, John Baran 
SECOND ROW: John Hall, Dale Larson, Ferrell Wiman, Richard Sv^indle, 



Raymond Koladycz, Ronald Sargis, Kingsley Oduko, Bruce Preble, Seymour 
Kanofsky BOTTOM ROW: Daniel Kovacevic, Charles Pacey, William 

Quinn, Michael Czechowski, Kent Currie, Jerald Holzgrafe, Warren Wil- 
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TOP ROW: Malcolm Liftman, Lesile Strole, Stephen Milz, Michael Walenga, 
Kenneth Kuna, Robert Swietek, Terry Bounds, Ronald Eksten, Paul Arndt, 
Robert Kerr, Stephen Schertz, William Downey, William Funk, Christian 
Nowkirk, Dana Welch, William Lasher THIRD ROW: Ronald Houser, Thomas 
Connely, William Wencel, Kurt Froehlich, Gerald Larson, Norman Nelson, 
John Mollenkamp, Arthur Nelson, Raymond Klien, Raymond Thill, William 
Greenlee, John Bediek, David Wood, Larry Sands, John Yuhas, Walter Ziel 



SECOND ROW: John Goth, Joseph Marconi, John Kantarski, Francis Johnson, 
Alan Troxel, Jerry Andreen, Frank Schweitzer, Edward Gang, James Fran- 
zier, Ronald Herzog, Peter Captow, Gregory Schmidt, Carlo Rampa BOT- 
TOM ROW: Samuel Roth, William Thomas, Harold Conrad, David Johnson, 
Pui-Chi Ip, Richard Williamson, Thomas Detrick, John Mcilrath, Frank Dasso, 
Michael Pile, Russell Gingras 



HOPKINS HIDEAWAY (2W) 



HOPKINS HOLLER (4W) 



TOP ROW: Graham Smith, Larry Wachtel, Richard Davis, Anthony Danale- 
wich, Andrew Concarczyl<, Richard Larson, Jerome Sachno, Bruce Sullivan, 
Randall Jacob, Frederick Hollovi^ay, Jon Week, Richard Grimsell, Robert 
Musson, John Pollock, Robert Wright, Thomas Lambert THIRD ROW: 
Mark March, Hal Thomas, James Lynch, David Rimlngton, Michael Ranieri, 
Vincent Lauter, Robert Hamilton, Richard WIezien, Thomas Liebert, John 
Lukas, Joseph Greenhouse, Denis Miller, James Hauk, Timothy Minnick, 



John Winkler, Michael McNinch SECOND ROW: Raymond Sundland, 
Wayne Schmidt, Dale Hasselbring, Francis Neruda, Richard Bartell, James 
Mueller, Don Kaiser, Daniel Biegari, Frank Weiner, Robert Frank, Paul Dorn- 
berger. Maris Steinberg BOTTOM ROW: Donald Angelico, John Nevi^man, 
Joseph Bures, Victor Taylor, Michael Finley, Bertrand Emerson, Richard 
Noland, Ronald Elmquist, Richard Cantzler, Michael Miller, John Cioper 



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TOP ROW: Barry Ascher, Anthony Wojcik, Chares Groene, Dean Kriesel, 
John Schellberg, Gerald Koy, Joseph Helmkamp, Thomas Hunter, Carl 
Kressman, Frederick Palmer, David Kwinn, Dikran AAishigian, Roger Pardo 
THIRD ROW: John Zaruba, Wayne AAiddleton, Walter Buehler, James Bell, 
Karl Sward, Ralph Beck, Thomas Sawyer, Nick Smith, Martina Pogioli, 
Charles Orange, Michael Sheppard, Richard Western, David Hann, Gary 



Suoia SECOND ROW: Randal Sebring, John Trischan, David Renkes, Robert 
Knudson, Douglas Eden, Charles Sejud, Earl Simon, Burton Morgan, Darreil 
Becker, Stephen Kaye, George Grider BOTTOM ROW: Richard Kruger, 
Gerald Breunig, Jeffrey Richardson, Larry Surprenant, Joseph Hrach, Robert 
Armellino, Roman Lopatynski, Richard Gullang, Glenn Krueger 



HOPKINS OUTCASTS (2E) 



HOPKINS SAMURAI (4E) 



TOP ROW: Richard O'Farrell, John Robertson, Jan Karbin, James Barnes, 
Russell Chesrown, Russell Runge, Donald Gamble, Thomas Hoffmann, William 
Lufkin, Barrett Peterson, Richardson Johnston, Terry Adelman THIRD ROW: 
Richard Kochendorfer, Bruce Yates, Fred Bach, Van Wilson, Douglas Ashby, 
James Hartnett, Kenneth Ostapowicz, Dennis Risany, Kenneth Jurgelewicz, 



Stephen Kniss, Timothy Harris, Joseph Sitar, Larry Peterson SECOND 
ROW: John Robison, Victor Beederman, Lee Bissey, Daniel Stewart, James 
Erickson, Louis Friedrich, John Surman, Michael Schirmer, Ronald Campbell 
BOTTOM ROW: Carlos Ermoliviale, Randall Bell, Paul Schertz, Thomas Maga- 
nini, Reino Warren, John Klickna, Lee Wagman 





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Masles, Robert Martinich, Terry Bivins, Robert Aubry, James Ryan, Barton 
Macomber, Terry Lepper, Walter Olson, Robert McGaw, Alan Mayer, Thomas 
Nowak, Eugene Murphy, Louis Jones, William Taylor, Kristian Lauritzen 
THIRD ROW: James Luebbers, Loren Kolender, Thomas DiGennaro, Michael 
Gross, Joseph Bizek, Larry Stokes, Barry Carnow, Ronald Mrosek, John 
Zapushek, Herbert Harback, Jack Whittaker, Dale Hunsberger, Vernon Martens, 



Thomas Freeman, Clifford Elliot, Bruce Patis, Robert Petkus SECOND ROW: 
David Stucki, Loren Schroll, Don Monteith, Robert Eggebrecht, Frank Wie- 
merslage, William Kehoe, Bernard Kastory, William Beck, John Adam, Rich- 
ard Russo, Alex DuflFy, William Wyatt, Jerald Levine BOTTOM ROW: 
James Fuglsang, David Borger, James Thomas, Jerold Needelman, Todd 
Gracen, Karl Meyer, William Hoffman, Robert McGowan, Rosald Dieter, 
Bernard Miller 



HOPKINS SYBARIS (3E) 



HOPKINS VALHALLA (3W) 



TOP ROW: Robert Rossbacher, James Hopkins, James Weber, James Joyce, 
Charles Combs, Richard Dybala, Kenneth Toedter, David Hopkins, James 
Pearson, Frank Martin, Robert Polivka, Dennis Henrichs THIRD ROW: 
Richard Carlson, Timothy Hood, George Gogola, Steven Perlman, Michael 
Groner, Mark Satin, Charles Kay, Raymond Schultetus, Timothy Naddy, Don- 
ald Smith, Charles Kadler, James Chew, Joseph Tomaino, John Epert, "^1 r^r - 



D'Agostino SECOND ROW: Lawrence Schiumberg, Harvey Cohen, Charles 
Brannen, Ellsworth Ludwig, Joel Coleman, David Wickersheimer, Emerson 
Lacey, Stephen Dunkle, Marsden Patterson, Thomas Groszczyk, Edward En- 
ders, Gerald Beard BOTTOM ROW: Marvin Gorss, Leonard Smock, Steven 
Colbert, James Craddock, Earl Dague, Harold Perry, Dennis Rissman, Fred- 
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TOP ROW: Dennis Conklin, Richard Ratoth, Dennis PetrofF, Merrill Norton, 
Gary Kleiber, Gregg Gieslep, James Warman, Leslie Lagerquist, Michael 
Davidson, Norman Carlson, Thomas Carlson, Jeffrey Gailiun, Garrett Shaw- 
nan, William Hawkinson, David Lloyd THIRD ROW: Jerel Wenger, James 
Coleman, James Jabb, Robert Strand, Richard Strauss, Albert McCullum, 
David Fehr, Thomas Girard, Thomas Dearing, Robert Summerer, William 
Smith, John Utz, David Roth, Thomas Norcom, James Bryson SECOND 



ROW: Martin Sidor, Wayne Grauzas, Jack Heuerman, William Lanche, Gary 
Wade, Stephen Kaufman, Barry Glaser, William Ford, Larry Weintrob, Gerald 
Guy, Jose Sanchez, James Jeanblanc, David Allen BOTTOM ROW: Dennis 
Hausch, Howard Bushnell, Kennith Blan, Jack Shallow, Wayne Page, Thomas 
Weiss, Joseph Muiruri, Arvid Osterberg, Reginald Marzec, Ronald Ramza, 
Joseph Farruggia 



scon DOUBLE SCOTCH (2W) 



scon HIGHLANDS (3E) 



TOP ROW: Larry Runkle, Philip Sunner, Kamran Aghilt, William Gatons, 
William Gardiner, Charles Burnett, James Morgan, Donald Haislet, Randy 
Craft, Wayne Ross, Edward Bartz, Joseph Bastell, Stephen Mey, Karl Plath 
THIRD ROW: Rodney Bell, Daniel Paulsen, John Vercler, Richard Kionka, 
William VanWermeskerken, John Piekarski, Thomas Jack, Harry Brown, 
Ronald Prokes, Kelso Barnett, Michael Traviolia, John Sowinski, David Tur- 



kowski, Jerry Ozee SECOND ROW: Peter Stankovich, Jerome Scheppel, 
Martin Sadd, John Carlson, Richard Schneider, Robert Krumwiede, John 
Shaffer, Michael Brink, Edward Hanna, Dennis Mergen, Frederick Silski 
BOTTOM ROW: George Grice, Arthur Treccani, Thomas Bush, Michael Daw- 
son, Douglas Smith, Joseph Kimbia, Thomas Wilson, Richard VanRyne, Bruce 
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TOP ROW: Bernard AArstik, Mark Reis, Alan Evinrude, David Dietzel, James 
Vacherion, Kenneth Martinelli, Richard Brown, Roger May, John Waddell, 
Edward Ritter, Stephen Crandell, Richard Baumann, Michael Kandrac, Alan 
Rothernberg, Ross Miller THIRD ROW: Bruce Johnson, Bernard Paul, Barneft 
Ruttenberg, Arthur Hill, James Ponsler, Gary Gletty, James Youngquist, 
Stephen Holz, Fred Lurasik, Gary Bolen, Douglas Selander, Peter Neuhaus, 



Jacob Plattner, Duane Hill, Steven Alsberg SECOND ROW: Hugh Nixon, 
Gregory Malinowski, John Kimmel, Carl Jefferson, Lester Banach, James 
Krein, Donald Wilson, Kenneth Biss, David Currie, Charles Higgins, Larry 
Rosenthal, Donald Kitagawa, Robert Rabe BOTTOM ROW: John Ream, 
Keith Kahl, Mark Hyman, Douglas Brandenburg, John Smith, Peter Orlinsky, 
David Heim, Joseph Sidwell, Leiand Meinhart, Duane McKinley 



scon NOMADS (4W) 



scon PLAYPEN (4E) 



TOP ROW: Stephen Butler, Philip Pollock, Ronald Christopher, Larry Murphy, 
Wlathias Schramer, John Oakland, James Oakland, Martin Greenhaigh, Robert 
Prosek, Jack Wood, Timothy Raczniak, David Ronske, Roger Emiing, Francis 
Marlouits, Richard Maitz THIRD ROW: Thomas Reed, Richard Peirce, 
Stephen Buss, Eugene Majewski, Warren McReynolds, Warren Pflug, Marvin 
Siegel, William Wendell, James Schlax, Vernon Huls, Arthur Stark, Richard 



Beaty, David Tobison, Joseph LaMacchia SECOND ROW: Michael Edwards, 
Steven Larson, Charles Johnson, John Metzger, Norman Jacobson, Jeffrey 
Jacobs, Willard Martens, David Toth, August Lihosit, Howard Katz, David 
Brossart, George McDonald BOTTOM ROW: Roger Santagato, Carl Zangerl, 
Patrick McKeon, Robert Hult, Norman Schmidt, Alan Roemersberger, Donald 
Garlich, Arthur Schlagle, David Klencke, John Sahnr 



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TOP ROW: Michael Chesta, Floyd Kennedy, David Wiedeman, Michael Edg- 
comb, Thomas Harwig, Stuart Goldblatt, Ramon Kohler, Anthony Martin- 
Trigona, Gary Rolfe, Joel DeYoung, Richard Coyle, Kenneth Vasko, Gerald 
Wikholm, Terrill Fiscus THIRD ROW: Stanley Brissenden, Carl Hubble, 
Stanley Eisenstein, Carlton Meyer, Jerry Haenisch, Spencer Leroy, Jerry 
Wilhoit, Robert Klohr, Santiago Chang, Lee Venet, James Geigel, Stephen 



Sehy, Daniel Eisenstein, Lewis Goldstein, Robert Jung SECOND ROW: 
Larry Bundy, John Konya, Norman Hoffmann, Harry Angelos, William Glover, 
Russell Maxwell, John Richards, David Sanders, James Higgins, James Fritz, 
Neil Hayes, Leon Noe BOTTOM ROW: Brian Sobol, David Jeffrey, Paul 
Rumore, Ronald Yeagle, Walter Koehler, Ronald Ridenour, Joseph Flaig, 
Thomas Fellows, Ronald Richardson 



SCOTTSIDE (2E) 



SCOTT TRIDENTS (3W) 



TOP ROW: Henry Jaynes, David Herrera, Robert Bialo, Robert Baringer, 
Randall Stiles, William Hardlannert, Neil Strack, Paul Adams, Ralph Cuttill, 
William Simpson, Michael Gibbs THIRD ROW: Joseph Mocadio, Kenneth 
Kasza, Robert Grandys, Garrett Kroll, James Machniak, Bruce Jameson, 
Daniel Ferguson, Robert Johnson, Richard Schultz, Dan Gullaksen, Gerald 



Gottschalk SECOND ROW: Mathew Perrons, Richard Anderson, Boris 
Vainstock, Thomas Nelson, Ward Ristau, Herbert Sosin, Thomas Judge, Scott 
Herrick, Larry Blusf, Dale Newton, James Long BOTTOM ROW: Richard 
Mah, John Christiano, Paul Verklan, Ronald Reiter, William Nerat, Patrick 
Kincaid, Richard Lewis, Jack Fredrickson 



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Kuhn, Edward Eastin, Stephen Kannaka, Justin O'Connor SECOND ROW: 
George Fleischli, Mark Goforth, James Eilers, John Slover, David White, 
Jerry Heinz, Dwight Morrow, Robert Broome, William Olson, Larry Kaufmann 



BOTTOM ROW: Dean Selock, Theodore Wilson, Karl Rusch, Walter Winter, 
James Percy, Dale Kelso, George Reeder, Jerome Dosch, Clyde Reed, 
Merlyn Earnest 



SCOHLAND YARD (1) 



SNYDER PENTHOUSE (4E) 



TOP ROW: Richard Castenson, Russell Ewers, Andrew Stroiny, William 
Murphy, Dennis Rosenblum, James Elbaor, Stephen Samet, Gary Werle, 
George Hess, Bruce Peterson, Foy Meyer, William Warnock, George Rock, 
Alan Smith, John Edgington, George Huszar, Ronald Rape THIRD ROW: 
Wayne Smith, Clark Hammond, Richard Schiefelbein, Carl Harbaugh, Thomas 
Tullack, Alten Grand t, Ronald Salerno, Joel Herning, Lawrence Acker, Ber- 
nard Wilhelmsen, Phillip Dunn, James Hinchee, Lynn Gilchrist, Daniel Breit, 



James Owens, Mark Gesse, Roger Brzostek SECOND ROW: James Danek, 
William Hamer, John Bieritz, Earl Zeitlin, Daniel Green, William Minch, 
Donald Murphy, John Miller, Garett Pardekooper, Terry Harper, Howard 
Emmerman, Timm Smith, Alan Gordon BOTTOM ROW: Michael Anderson, 
James Ingle, Gary Douglas, Eugene Tangul, Steven Highbarger, Mark Fai- 
well, Arthur Feinberg, Samuel Nelson, Kazunori Nagasawa, Alan Sisler, 
Terry Colbert, Douglas Whitlock 




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erick Billeter, John Nimz, William Frank, James Lifton, Ronald Bauman, 
Kenneth Herrick, William Frey, Nick Pavicic, Michael Vandenberg, Roger 
Zmrhal THIRD ROW: Richard Castle, Michael Wilkins, Vance Burke, 
Raymond Friberg, Jerry Hahn, Norman Gordon, George Erio, Kenneth Droz- 
dowicz, Joseph Fraczek, Paul Monczynski, Marc Doty, Danny Gibb SEC- 



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ONO ROW: Robert Shvfeldt, Kenneth Brown, Bruce Samlan, David Frey, 
Erwin Rossol, James Macintire, Gary Dandurand, Ralph Kingery, Glenn Gib- 
bons, Paul Altman, John Koenig, William Potsic BOTTOM ROW: Loren 
Barnes, Terrence Hodnik, Thomas Deram, Terry Siegler, Robert Dow, David 
Horberg, Robert Alvey, Roger Arbogast, Gary Hahn 



SNYDER SANCTUM (2E) 



SNYDER SQUIRES (4W) 



TOP ROW: Dennis Ganski, Lynn Seely, Harvey King, Thomas Tobey, Carl 
Mills, John Wendelken, Brian Dunn THIRD ROW: Delwin Goode, Dennis 
Siron, John Weber, Jack Hirsch, Jim Rupnow, Dennis Hellweg, Arthur 
Sowers, Jack Scholl, Gary Roosevelt SECOND ROW: Richard Barocca, 



David Klingebiel, Robert Schwartz, Eric Trotter, Daniel Barchers, Carlo 
Alesandrini, Raymond Jenski, Donald Corrigan, Terry Leuthner BOTTOM 
ROW: Walter Pretzel, Marshall England, David Eggerding, Frederick Wilson, 
Michael McClure, Dennis Eastham, Scott Fort 




503 




TOP ROW: Barry Brissman, David Flynn, Brian Dickerson, Richard Edwards, 
Ralph Rau, Robert Stozek, John Rogers, William Gold, Thomas Mills, Thomas 
Sharpe, Warren Gast, Richard Isenhart SECOND ROW: Glenn VanBlaricum, 
Larry Nixon, Carl Sutton, Henry Gresens, Gary Hughes, George Luscombe, 



Chester Henson, Gene Scharfenorth, Robert Miller BOTTOM ROW: Gary 
Taylor, Donald Praser, Douglas Gary, Charles Cortesi, Stanley Rossman, 
David Hopper, Steven Connett 



TOWNSEND FIFTHS (5N) 



TOWNSEND TALISMAN (IS) 



TOP ROW: Michael Trailov, Paul Garwood, James Benson, Stephen Chyrchel, 
Stephen Hart, Michael Goldstein, Richard Prendergast, Raymond Maier, 
Robert Shook, David Aden, James Hacker, Robert Berkman SECOND ROW: 
John Woodward, John Urbance, James Eckardt, Richard Berk, Edmund Pur 



nam, John Barry, Jay Sangerman, James Prichason, Charles Hyde BOTTOM 
ROW: Tom Fujiwara, Daniel O'Connell, Gerald Nesewich, John Borzoni, 
Fred Doreman, Barry Fhrman, Richard Lara, William Bennett 




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TOP ROW: David Kurti, Larry Woolever, Arthur Klein, Gordon Day, Ray- 
mond Kadlec, Melvyn Schachter, Richard Greeley, Thomas Rossi, David 
Lawrence, Harvey Blair, Joseph Corrado, James Manwaring THIRD ROW: 
Kenneth Nakasone, Thomas Gavin, George Dreher, Richard Crawford, John 
Hicks, Gabriel Patay, Jeffrey Price, Ronald Robinson, Robert Bloom, Edgar 



Ducasse, Dean Thompson, Bernard Hagerman SECOND ROW: John Unroe, 
Robert Giles, Leslie Kramer, Hugh Shown, Stephen Kaad, James Chow, 
Roger Miller, Daniel Rotter, William Gibbs, Byron Baxter, Gordon Collins 
BOTTOM ROW: John Hagman, Alan Harris, David Tebben, Steven Grove, 
Edward Beach, Bruce Gronner, Larry Collins, Richard Londo, Byron Eden 



TOWNSEND TAVERN (2N) 



TOWNSEND (2S) 



TOP ROW: David Martinson, Frank Habdas, Everett Spitzner, Leonard Si 
mutis, George Hawkins, Thomas Wells, Charles Smiley, Kent Harrington 
Paul Janecek, Thomas Grantham THIRD ROW: Elson Bettner, Robert Sted 
man, David Edman, Charles Rita, William Sugnet, Robert Ahlers, Charles 
White, Ozer Kulacdglu, William Jandeska, James Corbett SECOND ROW 



Barry Siegal, Donald Krumrey, Gary Marcucci, Norman Webb, Michael 
Granfield, Jack Cooley, Kenneth Anderson, Horace Clark, Gerald Lundeen 
BOTTOM ROW: Charles Nochumson, Shiu Chan, Patrick Kroll, Robert Nelson, 
Marion Thickson, Richard Rupnow, James Moran, Hugh Montgomery 



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David Johnson, Thomas Matthews, Robert Swaar, Kenneth Bivens, John 
AAockaitis, David Martin, Alan Mcintosh THIRD ROW: John Ellison, Robert 
Sterrett, Julian Scheinbuts, Abraham Presser, Frank Mikes, Harry Homan, 
Roger Micner, Ronald Alpert, Laverne Schlie, John Berra SECOND ROW: 



Joseph Henderson, Larry Palmerson, Gilbert Johnson, John Lilegdon, Robert 
Barkman, Dennis Palew^aczyk, Gary Gullett, Paul Johnson, Danny Schrot- 
bergek BOTTOM ROW: Lee McCullough, Charles Crow, Robert LaCharite, 
Bruce Williams, Herman Allison, Frederick Gerth, William Merris, Walter 
Dieckmann 



TOWNSEND (3S) 



TOWNSEND (4N) 



TOP ROW Richard Wiltamuth, Ronald Twine, Juris Riekstins, Terry Sorensen, 
Douglas Weidman, Peter Schuyler, Thomas Wessels, Harry Clem, Dennis 
Callaghan, Ronald Chamberlain, Lee SchaflFert THIRD ROW: John Karas, 
Robert Wall, Daniel Posniak, William Bradshaw, Kenneth Skiles, Harold 
Rogers, Dennis Krause, Arthur McNutt, Dennis Immer, Elmer Rauckman, Allan 
Crowther, William Cello SECOND ROW John Lackey, Raymond Persino, 



Ronald Madsen, Michael Strassman, Jack Mosevich, Samuel Klein, Roger 
Smith, Donald Boms, Robert Hedin, Vincent Gerraci, Michael Pershing 
BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Koca, Mark Nelson, Michael Rippel, James Soltau, 
William Ulrich, James McDevitt, Kenneth Stromborg, Delmar Banner, Rich- 
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TOP ROW: Stephen Brown, Robert Zumstein, Carl Heinrich, Lawrence Howell, 
William Smith, Raymond Runquist, Harry Diel, Charles Stone, John Neumann, 
John Gough SECOND ROW: Richard Runquist, Richard Watterson, Houston 
Price, Robert Groble, Robert Doubek, Robert Schulenberg, Martin Turkis, 



Timothy Guardalabene, Richard Beitz BOTTOM ROW: Paul Nystrom, Ed- 
ward Cox, Kevin Corley, Dan Paarlberg, Allan Phillips, Ronald Baughman, 
Allen Shew NOT IN PANEL: Lawrence Mellick 



TOWNSEND (4) SOUTH 



TOWNSEND (5) SOUTH 



TOP ROW: Edward Benson, James Barnes, Charles Carlson, Bruce Fulmer, 
Peter Ranke, Mitchell Corbin, Daniel Pajak, David Lawrence, John Roberts 
THIRD ROW: Larry Brown, John Kraiewski, Kent Brawner, George Bass, 
Harold Diel, Earl Lemar, Edward Slavik, Bruce Gustafson, Thomas Moudy 



SECOND ROW: Joseph Dominick, William Sitton, Myron Odell, Joseph Wid- 
halm, Julius Zschau, Robert Karnes, Paul Koch, Charles Bowser BOTTOM 
ROW: Harold Todd, William Rush, James Jackson, Harry Kirby, Dennis 
Horbinski, Gary Wright 




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TOP ROW: William Evans, Frank Smilgis, William Noxon, James Polito, 
Darrel Cruthis, Robert Young, Marvin Pfluger, Norbert Wolfer, Arthur 
Blomberg, Richard Jacobs, Walter Haden, Douglas Medley THIRD ROW: 
Robert Day, Alan Nelson, Philip Leman, Geoffrey McCoach, Michael Kar- 
w/oski, William Van Hoesen, Thomas Saltrup, Jeffrey Guhbrandsen, Joseph 
Nelson, William Elsberg, Charles Bower, Gordon Ross, James Wojczynski 



SECOND ROW: Ted Sigtenhorst, David Rademacher, John Smith, Richard 
Brueckner, Paul Grosso, Edward Bosik, David Reason, Dennis Sellke. 
Jerald Schwab, Burt Zig, Jack Feldman, Stewart Fordham BOTTOM ROW: 
Joji Toshi, Douglas Bott, Jerold Regnier, Robert Hurley, Joseph Bogg, 
Scott Fanciullo, Richard Swansen, John Funk, Richard Burkhart 



WESTON GLOMS (4E) 



WESTON GRIFFINS (3W) 



TOP ROW: Paul Klein, Richard Tokeshi, Chuck DeVriendt, Arie Vander- 
Ploeg, Roy Klein, Joseph Lamos, Todd Sanders, Arnold Harrison, David 
Carlson, Howard Stanfleld, Daniel Johns, Jeffrey Fleming, Victor Braca, 
James Ingle, George Beckerman THIRD ROW: Kenneth Anderson, Gary 
Grant, Robert Schuerman, Marc Dennison, Gyora Gelbron, Kenneth Siress, 
Thomas Tucker, Michael Peterson, William Boyer, James Turner, Harry 
Reader, Victor Broquard, Bruce Jablonski, Arthur Mann, Wayne Bennett 



SECOND ROW: Jeffery Kaye, Karl King, Joseph Fleming, Dennis Hey- 
danek, Larry Snow, Paul Dorner, James Weiss, Charles Bolton, Clifford 
Singer, Roy Malik, Arthur Crandall, James Kemmerer, Howard Solomon 
BOTTOM ROW: Nicholas Carso, Dale Paquette, Jan Siebe, John Saxtan, 
Larry Payne, Donald Schwendner, Michael Rothman, David Starr, Rlchara 
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Kenneth Bath THIRD ROW: Albe Bakeman, Robert Stevens, John Fenton, 
James Getzoff, Ralph Mindock, Roger Weissenberg, Dennis Belcher, David 
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Woodard, Gary Jacobs, Harold Meyer, Jerry Stewart, Ralph Kapilian, 
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TOP ROW: William Studnick, Melvin Snook, Alan Detmers, Robert Mein- 
ershagen, Larry Pauley, William Fitzpatrick, Joseph Wagner, John Clen- 
denin, Lowell Peck, Richard Davies, Charles Bohl, Dallas Janes, Michael 
Brown, John Spenader THIRD ROW: Kelly Hsia, James Deichstetter, 

Dennis Williams, Richard Heuser, David Grothe, Stuart Simon, Vernon 
Neuhaus, Joseph Mousseri, James Pacquer, Clyde Baker, Ahmad Sarram, 



Bruno Breitmeyer, Merlin Wilson SECOND ROW: Calvin Yoshida, Wil- 
liam Boone, Barry Gomberg, Thomas Smith, Mark Rosenblum, Peter 
Starnell, Robert Rifkin, Robert Klingebiel, Timothy Evans, Richard Yagol, 
Irwin Berman, Paul Schomer BOTTOM ROW: Eugene Meyer, Ren Berra, 
Mark Webber, Douglas Drake, Andres Inn, Gary Cantrell, Raymond Eng- 
man, Richard Stanhope, LeRoy Shibuya, John Heiligenstein 



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COLLEGE OF 

VETERINARY 

MEDICINE 



BRANDLY, C. A Dean, College, of Veterinary Medicine 



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BAER, RALPH ANTHONY TRENTON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Belleville Junior College. 

COCKRELL, BEVERLY YVONNE KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (1, 2, 3, 4). 

DAVIS, R. DYKEMAN PARIS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; Football, 

Varsity Squad (2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (6, 7, 8, V). 



DeANGELIS, MARTIN PAUL CHAMPAIGN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8); Illinois Wesleyan University. 

DORN, ALBERT STEVEN CARY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; Stu- 
dent Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Northern Illinois University. 

ESTES, JIMMY JAY MOUNT VERNON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Pre- Vet Club (1, 2); 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association {3, 4, 5, 6); Honors Day (4). 



FABIAN, WILLIAM EDWARD WILLOW SPRINGS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Studsnt 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8); Lyons Tow/nship Junior College; 
Michigan State University. 

FOERNER, JOSEPH JOHN EVERGREEN PARK; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; NEWMAN 

HALL; Omega Tau Sigma, President (6); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2), President (2); Rifle and 
Pistol Club (1); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 

FREDRICKSON, RICHARD EUGENE POTOMAC; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega 

Tau Sigma; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Eastern Illinois 
University. 



GARLICH, Bill RAY OKAWVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 

GIllER, CURTISS HALE PALMYRA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Zetn; Gamma Sigma Delta; Hoof and Horn Club (4); Student 
Ch.ipler Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Honors Day (1, 2). 

HUSTON, RAYMOND THOMAS ROSEVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau 

Sitirrid; Pre Vet Club (1, 2); Student Chapter Veterinary Mrdical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); 
Veterinary Mrdicine Honors Program (3); Honors Day ()). 



KELLY, JOHN THOMAS CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega lau Signn; 

Sludi.nt Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (I, 2, 3, 4). 

KREMER, ALAN KENT WHEATON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chaoter Vet- 

irin.iry Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Whealon College; Rockford College. 

LAW, DAVID WINSTON CAMP POINT; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; lllini Sportsman'^ 

t lub (2), President (2); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 



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McDAVITT, ROBERT DUANE KANSAS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7); Eastern Illinois University. 

MclAUGHlIN, EDWIN LEWIS MACON CITY; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 

MEDERNACH, RAMON WESLEY ROCKFORD; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chap- 
ter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 



MESSAMORE, DENNIS LEE COOKSVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8); Illinois Wesleyan University. 

MILLIS, LARRY EUGENE MARTINSVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SIGMA PI; Stu- 
dent Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Eastern Illinois University. 

MORRISSEY, ROBERT LEROY ERIE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Wrestling, Freshman 

Squad (1); Agricultural Judging Team (21; Dairy Promotion Club (2, 3); Student Chap- 
ter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7). 

O'BRIEN, TIMOTHY RUSSELL VAlIER; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7); Southern Illinois University. 

PICKRELL, JOHN ANDREW LANESVILLE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Phi Zeta; The ILLIO (2); Veterinary Medicine College Council (3); Pre-Vet 
Club (1, 2); Veterinary Medicine Honors Program (4); Hono's Day (3, 4). 

ROLLINS, LARRY DALE EAST ALTON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine-; THETA XI; Omega 

Tau Sigma; Pre-Vel Club (3); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 
6, 7); Southern Illinois University. 

SALZMAN, CHARLES WILLIAM KANKAKEE; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chap- 
ter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Olivet Nazarens- College; Eastern 
Illinois University. 

SAVA, FELIX ROBERT WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6). 

SESSIONS, WALTER LEE ALGONQUIN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Vf4erinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8); Lawrence College; Mich- 
igan State University. 



SILVERSTEIN, NORMAN STEVEN CHICAGO; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Beta 

Pi; Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (5, 6, 7, 8). 

SMITH, CHARLES WILLIAM ODELL; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (4, 5, 6, 7); Honors Day (5); Northern 
Illinois University. 

SOKOLOWSKI, JAMES HALE ALTON; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; PHI SIGMA KAPPA, 

House President (4); Phi Sigma; Student Chapter Veterinary Me-dical Association 
(1, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 



SWANSON, CHESTER CHARLES ALGONQUIN; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Phi Zeta; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Northern Illinois University. 

SWANSTROM, OSCAR GARY DE LAND; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Omega Tau Sigma; 

Student Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6), President (5); Eastern 
Illinois University. 

SZILVASSY, IVAN PAUL WINNIPEG, MANITOBA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student 

Chapter Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8). 



TRUCKEN6ROD, KENT DEWEY MENDOTA; Doctor of Veterinary Medicine; Student Chapter 

Veterinary Medical Association (3, 4, 5, 6); Northern Illinois University. 




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SENIORS 



1965 




ABRAMS, CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ARMORY HOUSE; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Spanish 
Club (1), Navy Pier. 

ABRAMS, MELVYN ALIEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; THE OREGON, 

President (4); N.A.A.C.P. (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); University of Vienna; 
Navy Pier Extension of the- University of Illinois; Student Zionist Organization (1, 
2); Spanish Club (1, 2); Young Democrats Club (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

ABRAMS, SHELDON NEIL PARK FOREST; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; Honors 

Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ACKER, BARBARA JEAN POLO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA HOUSE; Omega Beta 

Pi; W.l.S.A. Executive Council (2); lllini Guide (2). 

ACKER, LAWRENCE LEE POLO; B.S. in Agricultural Science; SNYDER; Men's Glee Club 

(1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4, 5); Astronomical Society (2, 3, 4, 5); Honors 
Day (3). 

ADACHE, DANIEL EDWARD SANDUSKY, OHIO; Bachelor of Architecture; lllini Union 

Committee Member (I, 2); A. I. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2). 

ADAMS, HAROLD CORWIN STEGER; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Captain; Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); 
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

ADAMSON, JOHN WARREN CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4). 

ADELMAN, NANCY MAE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ALPHA 

EPSILON PHI; lllini Union Committee Member (2); Honors Day (1, 2); Syracuse 
University. 

ADELMAN, ROGER ALLEN KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

ACACIA; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; NROTC, Lieutenant; Navy Council (5); Trident 
(4); A.F.S. (2, 3); A.S.M.E. (5); S.A.E. (5). 

ADEN, JAMES LOUIS GOLDEN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; 

I.E.E.E. (4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

ADL, TOURADJ TABRIZ, IRAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Iranian Students Club (1, 

2, 3, 4). 

ADOLPHSON, ERIC ROGER CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); lllinos 

Institute of Technology; Amundsen Junior College; Wright Junior College; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ADRA, AHMED BACHEER TRIPOLI, LEBANON; B.S. in Electrical Engine-ering; I.E.E.E. (41; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

AGOSTINI, MILAGROS PONCE, PUERTO RICO; B.S. in Music Education; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4); A.I.S. (4); Folk Song Club (4); 

Spanish Club (3, 4); Student National Education Association (4); Latin American 
Student Organization (1). 

AHERN, EDWARD WILLMAN BROADVIEW; B.S. in Communications; FORBES; Sigma 

Delta Chi; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Freshman Seminar (1); N.A.A.C.P. (3, 4); U. of I. Scuba 
Club (3); Young Democrats Club (2). 

AICHEIE, GEORGE, JR WESTERN SPRINGS; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE. 

ALBANESE, CHARLES ANTHONY BUFFALO, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA 

RHO CHI; Scarab; Junior Interfraternity Council (1); A. I. A. (2); Student Musicals (4). 

ALBRECHT, SHARON CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; TAFT; Pi Delta Phi; 

Honors Day (2). 

ALEX, BLOSSOM CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; IOTA ALPHA PI; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1); lllini Guide (2); Student National Education Association (4). 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH DAVID EVANSTON; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (2); Honori 

Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.I.A. (1), Navy Pier. 

ALEXANDER, RUTH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; THE MANSION. 

ALLBRIGHT, JANET MARIE MOREHOUSE, MISSOURI; Bachelor of Music. 

ALLEN, JACK DEAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 

4); Marching lllini (I, 2); University Wind Ensemble (3); James Scholar (1, 2)i 
Honors Day (1). 



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BRONZE TABLET, the pinnacle of scholastic honors, is awarded to seniors 
who have made College Honors in both their iunior and senior years. 




IVERSITY HONORS 1964. 



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BANBMIA Gwnro BAIW 

I uiCY rja aFHSHAuar 

MTILUW RAUL BLEHA 
4fMt CAtFFm BOOMAN 
OAU LESTER BRATTON 
H ALICE CAMPBELL 
KAREN ' CHRtSTENSCN 
WILLIAM C C0HA8LE 
JAXES M COULSON 
THOMAS W CUSICK 
GARY SAMUEL OAriO 
JAMES OiLAURIER 
STEPHEN K OERWELIS 
JO ELLEN OOTTON 
ROONEy LEE EVEHHART 
MALCOLM EVETT 

enucE ann caroner 

WANCT JEAM GEHLBACH 
PENELOPE ANN GRABOS 
TRUDT HAfFRON 
MICHAEL JAKES HEAtY 
PHILIP HOHMANN 
LUEM LIENTZ IRVW 



SUSAH MARIE. JENNY A MNCEITr MRSTIK JR 

JOHN ARTHUR JOHNSON PHIUI" R PEARSON 

HAKLENE K KALLICK CC!« ALLEN PCTCRSQ) 

CAR* ANN KASL LAHBT M PETERSON 

LORRAINE KASS RKHAHO C PETEBSOM 

LARRY C KAUFMAN SHARON ANN PETEflSOM 

hONALO LANE WODOO GEOfBE JOHN RCPSOLO 

TOM DOHSTEB KNTGH^ JOHN R HOSCKWALO 

KAREN KUHLMAN JAMES W SAJOVIC 

JAAK lAANE BETTY G SCHENK 
HADJA BEE L AHCAST EW IpBWIH H SHECHTMAH 



ALAN OTTO 1 
FRANK R U 
OONALO J LEVER: 
JAMES RAYMOND LEVEY 
STANUT ALVIN LEVI 
ROLAND LITTLEWOOO 
DELMAR ARTHUR LOHR 
ANGELA M LUKANCIC 
JOHN ERNST MAOSEN 
DENNIS R MARSHAU 



EAPBARA C SHEPEBO 
ILAN SILBERSTEIN 
MELVIN GRAN STARK 
DAVID LEON STEELE 
W ROBERT TEMPLE JR 
LENOHE TENNENHOUSE 
OIETRICN VEODER 
STEPHEN E WHITESIDE 
IHVIN DALE WILKEH 
JONALC R WILTON 



JOHN ANDREW MATUSKA CUFFORO L WINIMCT 



CHARLES r MATZ 
MARILYN ANN M3C0B0 
JANET MCCA8E MOOSE 



JACK BURTON V«UJIAN 
BAYMHO JONW YAflEMA 




ALLEN, WILLIAM ROBERT FREEPORT; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Illinois 

Technograph (3); St. Pat's Ball Committee (3); A.F.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (4). 

ALPERT, RONALD HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Omega Beta Pi; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); lllini Guids (3, 4); Honors 
Day (I). 

ALTHOFF, JANE ELIZABETH EFFINGHAM; B.S. in Home Economics Education; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 



ALTMAN, STUART HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES; Del:a Sigma Pi; 

Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); Marl^eting Club (3); Society for the Advancement ot 
Management (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Commerce 
Club (1), Navy Pier. 



ANDERSON, 



ANDERSON, 



CARL GUNNAR PLAINFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Chemistry; PI 

KAPPA ALPHA; A.I.Ch.E. (3); Student National Education Association (4); Young 
Democrats Club (4); Joliet Junior College. 

CAROLYN COULLEY BROADLANDS; B.S. in L.A.S., Spanish; ALPHA OMI- 
CRON PI; DePauw University. 



ANDERSON, DENIS DAVID OREGON; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chair- 
man (2); Junior Intcrfraternity Council (1); University Chorus (1); Young Republicans 
Club (3, 4). 

ANDERSON, DWIGHT ALLAN ROCKFORD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; American Institute of Aeronautics and 
Astronautics (3, 4); I.A.S. (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

ANDERSON, MARJORIE ELLEN DECATUR; B.S. in Elementary Education; NOBLE; Uni- 
versity Chorus (4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Illinois State Uni- 
versity. 



ANDERSON, RICHARD JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Accountancy Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management {3, 4); 
Carroll College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Track, Varsity 
Squad (1, 2); Commerce Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT WILLIAM CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; Gargoyle; A. I. A. (2, 

3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A. I. A. 
(I); Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

ANDREEN, ROGER JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club (3, 4); Wright 

Junior College; Roosevelt University. 



ANDRIE, JOHN CHARLES ROCKFORD; B.S. in Recreation; PHI DELTA THETA; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); Student Senate (3); lllini Guide (4); Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; American Recreation Society (1, 2, 3, 4); 
A. U.S.A. (3, 4). 

ANEN, JOAN LESLIE ELMHURST; A.B. m L.A.S., Speech; University Theatre Crew/ (3); 

W.P.G.U. (3, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3); WILL (3, 4); Student Musicals (3); 
Bates College. 

ANGELICH, ALAN MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (I); lllini Guide (2); Accountancy Club (1); Marketing Club 
(2); Young Republicans Club (2). 



ANGELOS, HARRY NICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

ANGLETON, VINCENT H., JR CAVE-IN-ROCK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Eta Kappa 

Nu; I.E.E.E. (2, 4); Honors Day (3). 

ANNISS, EARNEST ELLERY; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; FIRESIDE; A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ANTONIO, ELIZABETH ANNE HARRISBURG; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA PHI. 

ANYAEGBU, SAMUEL NDIMELE OBORO, NIGERIA; B.S. in Agriculture; Gamma Sigma 

Delta; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Cooperative Extension Club (3, 4); Field and Furrow (3, 4); 
Honors Day (2, 3); C.I.C. Enugu; Western Illinois University. 

ARCHAMBAULT, KENNETH NELSON CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in General Engineering; Air 

Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; I.E.E.E. (2); I.S.P.E. (4); Society of General Engi- 
neers (2, 3, 4), President (4). 



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ARCHER, JOHN EARl CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; GARNER; M.R.H.A. Judicial 

Board (3). 

ARENDT, DENNIS BERNARD ELMWOOD PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; NEWMAN 

HALL; University of Notre Dame. 

ARHEIGER, ROBERT MARTIN SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; 

SNYDER; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Omicron (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

ARMS, RAYMOND DAVID BENSENVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ARNDT, GEORGE PHILLIP CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics. 

ARNOLD, LESTER EUGENE GLENDALE; B.S. in Forest Production; lllini Foresters (1, 2, 

3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

ARONSON, EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI SIGMA DELTA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2); Maior Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Star Course 
Manager (2); Student Musicals (2, 3); lllini Guide (3); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Ski Club (1); Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

ASHBROOK, JAMES WILLIAM NORMAL; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TRIANGLE; 

A.S.M.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); S.A.E. (3, 4). 

ASTHEIMER, ESTELLE M CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; LAUREL; lllini 

Guide (2); German Club (3, 4). 

ASTRIN, LINDA CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN; University Theatre 

Crew (2); lllini Guide (3, 4); A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association (4); 
Honors Day (1). 

ATCHISON, MARCIA JEAN LOVES PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; KAPPA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (4); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); lllini 
Guide (3); Marketing Club (4); Society for the Ad^'ancement of Management (4); 
Young Republicans Club (4); Illinois Wesleyan University. 

BABLER, SUSAN MAE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; BUSEY; Honors Day (2, 3); 

University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Alpha Lambda Delta; American Chemical Society (1); Activities Honorary 
Society; Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

BACCIL, ETEM GUNDUZ SIVAS, TURKEY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; 

A.S.M.E. (4); Honors Day (2); Columbia University; Queens College. 

BACH, HELENE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA KAPPA; University 

Chorus (1); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4). 

BACHAND, ROBERT ARTHUR, JR ST. ANNE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; THETA XI; James 

Scholar (I). 

BAILEY, LEE WORTH . . . LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; LAMBDA 

CHI ALPHA; The ILLIO (1); Y.M.C.A. (I); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); llligreek 
(I); Greek Week Committee (1); Honors Day (1). 

BAKER, BARRY LAWRENCE PARK FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA ALPHA MU; 

Delta Delta Sigma; lllini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (1, 2). 

BAKER, DALE JOY GRAND RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3). 

BAKER, VALERIE FRANCES CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S. , English; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois. 

BALAN, MERCEDES MARY EVERGREEN PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

BUSEY; Honors Day (I). 

BALDAZZI, ROBERT ANTHONY JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; BAPTIST STUDENT 

CENTER; I.E.E.E. (4); Joliet Junior College. 

BALL, MICHAEL GAR BEMENT; A.B. in L.A.S., English; NEWMAN; James Scholar (1, 2, 

3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

BALSLEY, WILLIAM LEE ROCKTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; PENNSYLVANIA AV- 
ENUE RESIDENCE, Prf/sident 13, 4); lllini Guide (4); Young Republicans Club (2, 
3, 4). 

BANE, MARY ELIZABETH LEROY; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA PHI; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (2, 3); Young Demo- 
crats Club (4). 

BANOVICH, DIANE DAWN BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; DELTA GAMMA; 

ftiornlon Junior College. 

BARANSKI, RONALD STEVEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S. (3); 

S.A.f. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BARIDON, WILLIAM FRANK PEORIA; B.S. in Accountancy; THE ESTATES. 




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SENIORS 



1965 



BARKIEY, JAMES CROXTON HOMEWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PS! UPSILON; Skull 

and Crescent; Chi Gamma lota; Freshman Seminar (1); Army ROTC, First Lieu- 
tenant; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1, 3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Pro- 
gram (2); Honors Day (1). 

BARKMAN, ROBERT ANDREW FLOSSMOOR; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE, House President (2); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (2); M.R.H.A. Judicial 
Board (1, 2); Accountancy Club (4); Honors Day (1). 

BARNES, ARA LEE URBANA; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Pom- 
pons (1); Women's Glee Club (1, 2, 3). 



BARNES, JAMES RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; HOPKINS; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4); Synton (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; I.E.E.E. (1, 2); 
Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

BARNSTABLE, SANDRA LOU ANTIOCH; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

Intramural Manager (2); llligreek (2); French Club (2); Physical Education Majors 
Club (1, 2). 

BARON, PAUL ANDREW BUDAPEST, HUNGARY; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Honors Day 

(2). 

BARR, JAMES FRANKLIN EVANSTON; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA SIGMA; The 

Daily mini (3); Norihern Illinois University; Northwestern University. 

BARRE, DENRUTH COLLEEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Special Education; MANSION; Star 

Course Manager (I); Council for Exceptional Children (3, 4). 

BARTHA, RODOLFO, JR CARACAS, VENEZUELA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; HOP- 
KINS; mini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); Major Chairman of lllini Union 
Committee- (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); W.P.G.U. (I, 2, 3, 4); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); 
Fencing, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); I.E.E.E. (1, 
2, 4); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Latin American Students Association (1, 2, 3). 



BARTLETT, BARBARA VIRGINIA PERU; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; Northwestern University. 

BARTOLT, LINDA JANICE OGLESBY; A.B. in L.A.S., Science and Letters; WESCOGA; Con 

cert Band (3, 4); First Regimental Band (2); Second Re-gimental Band (1); University 
Chorus (2, 3). 

BARTULIS, MARY BETH RIVERSIDE; B.S. in Corrimunications; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; The 

ILLIO (I); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman 
(2); Major Chairman of lllini Union (3); lllini Guide (3, 4). 

BARYLSKE, PATRICIA ANN GRANITE CITY; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PI BETA PHI, House 

President (3); Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Panhellenic Executive Council (2); 
Freshman Seminar (1); Homecoming Court (4). 

BASKIN, LAURENCE ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ARMORY HOUSE; Delta 

Sigma Pi; Accountancy Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Commerce Club (I, 2); Honors Day (I), Navy Pier. 

BAST, THOMAS GEORGE MADISON, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; Gargoyle; 

Scarab; Fencing, Freshman Squad (1); M.R.H. Glee Club (3); A. I. A. (2, 3, 4, 5); 
Folk Song Club (4, 5); University of Wisconsin. 

BATTLES, KATHRYN JEAN CRYSTAL LAKE; A.B. in L.A.S. , Sociology; BUSEY HALL; 

Y.W.C.A. (4); McKinley Foundation Executive Council (3); Bowling Green State 

University. 

BAUER, PATRICIA CORA GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; CHI OMEGA; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3); Junior 
Panhellenic (1); Student Senate (3); lllini Guide (4); Home Economics Council (3); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BAUER, RACHEL WILMA SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Recreation; SIGMA DELTA TAU; The 

Daily lllini (I); University Tlieaire Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); Junior Panhellenic 
(1); American Recreational Society (2). 

BAUHS, WILLIAM BRYANT SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

SIGMA NU; Gargoyle; NROTC, Captain; A. LA. (2, 3, 4, 5); Honors Day (3, 4); 
University of Wisconsin. 

BAUM, GERALD LESTER BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; 

Be-llevilie Junior College. 

BAUMEl, SANDRA JOYCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; University Orchestra (1, 

2, 3); University Choir (4); Oratorio Society (1, 2, 3); Student Musicals (2); Student 
National Education Association (2). 

BAUMGARTNER, DAVID LYNN QUINCY; B.S. in Civil Engineering; DELTA UPSILON, 

House President (4); Chi Epsilon; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Society of General Engineers (1); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

BAYMILLER, BETTE PEORIA; B.S. in Recreation; ZETA- TAU ALPHA; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (4); American Recreational Society (2, 

3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2, 4). 

BEALL, GEORGE KENTON ZION; B.S. in Civil Engineering; WESTON; Chi Epsilon; 

A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4); I.T.E. (2, 3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 




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BEARD, GERALD ARTHUR WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Forestry; HOPKINS; lllini Foresters 

(I, 2, 3, 4). 

BEATTIE, CLAYTON DOUGLAS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Recreation; Tribe of lllini 

(2, 3, 4); Wrestling, Captain (1), Varsity Squad (3), Letter (3), Freshman Squad (1). 

BEAVERS, BEN ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; TAU KAPPA EP- 

SILON; Men's Glee Club (I). 

BECK, WILLIAM JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; Marketing Club (3); Society for 

the Advancement of Management (I, 2, 3); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

BECKE, MARILYN LOUISE ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA DELTA DELTA, 

University Theatre Crew (2); Student Senate (3). 

BECKER, ALLAN LEE ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; CHI PSI; Men's Glee Club 

(1, 2, 3, 4); A.F.S. (2); James Scholar (1). 

BECKER, DARRELL DEAN PEKIN; Bachelor of Architecture; HOPKINS. 

BECKER, DAVID LEONARD TREMONT; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI DELTA THETA; 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); 
Track, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 3). 

BECKER, LUCY ANN WILMETTE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA PHI; Junior Panhellenic 

(1); Panhellenic Executive Council (2); Major Committee of Student Senate (2); 
Women's Glee Club (3, 4); lllini Guide (2, 3, 4). 

BECKER, PAUL WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club (3, 4); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Commerce Club (1), Navy Pier. 

BECKER, RICHARD HAROLD JUNEAU, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; Gargoyle. 

Army ROTC, Captain; Society of American Military Engineers (3, 4); A. I. A. (2, 3); 
Honors Day (4); lovi/a State University. 

BECKMAN, KAREN ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

The Daily lllini (3). 

BEDAL, DIANE LYNNE GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha lola; lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union 
Committee Chairman (2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); University 
Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); University Choir (1); University Chorus (l)j 
Women's Glee Club (3, 4); lllini Guide (3); Music Honors Program (3); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2). 

BEEKS, EDWARD RONALD PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Marketing; SCOTT; 

Basketball, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Commerce Honors Program 
(4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

BEGUN, LAUREL ELAINE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biology; ARBOR 

SUITES; Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 
3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

BEHRENDS, WALLACE RAY MASON CITY; B.S. in Farm Management; CAMPUS VIEW; 

Alph,] Tau Alpha; Illinois State University. 

BEHRENS, JAMES EUGENE MORRISON; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

Agricultural Council (4); Dairy Production Club (2, 3); lllini Agricultural Mechani- 
zation Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 

BEICHER, JOHN WILLIAM OAKBROOK; B.S. in General Engineering; COLLEGE HALL, 

House President (4); Engineering Council (3); A.F.S. (3); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (3); 
San Jose State College. 

BEKIARES, WAYNE EDWARD MORTON GROVE; B.S. in Physical Education; MRH *48, 

House President (3); Phi Epsilon Kappa; Epsilon Phi Sigma (3, 4); Physical Education 
M,i|ors Club (4); North Park College. 

BELL, RITA MARIE OSWEGO; B.S. in Labor Economics; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Mortar 

Board; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Gamma Sigma; Sigma lota Epsilon; Tht 
ILLIO (I); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Manager (1, 2); 
Campus Chest (3); Panlicllcnic Executive Council (3, 4), President (4); Panhellenic 
Executive Coordinating Committee (3, 4); Panhellenic WISA Coordinating Commilirt 
(4); Student Senate (1, 2); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (3); Com- 
merce Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois ScholiUihip Key (3). 

BELSIEY, JANET ANN PEORIA; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Tht 

lUlO (1, 2); lllini Union Con)milt<f Mi-mbcr (I, 2); lllini Union Conimitlot Chair- 
man (3); Campus Chest (1); lllini Guide (2); Greek Week Committee (1, 2); Agritul- 
luro Honors Program; Honors Day (1). 



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BELTRAN, EDUARDO ALBERTO CARDENAS, CUBA; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; SIGMA TAU 

GAMMA; Wilson College. 

BENJAMIN, JERRY LYNN BLOOMINGTON; 3.S. in Agricultural Economics; PENNSYL- 

VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Agricultural Economics Club (4); Illinois State Uni- 
versity. 

BENNETT, ALLEN FREDERICK WINDSOR; B.S. in Management; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Sachem; Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3). 



BENNETT, BETTY JANE BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Elementary Education; MANSION; lllini 

Union Committee Member (4); University Choir (2, 3, 4); University Chorus (1); 
Oratorio Society (I); lllini Guide (3). 

BENNETT, RICHARD ALAN SAUNEMIN; B.S. in Forest Production, B.S. in Wood Tech- 
nology; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; lllini Union Committee Member (2); Star Course 
Manager (2, 3); Freshman Seminar (I); Basketball, Freshman Squad (1); University 
Chorus (4); lllini Guide (4); Plovi/boy Prom Committee (3); lllini Foresters (1, 2, 
3, 4, 5); lllini Sportsman's Club (3); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3); Interfrater- 
nity Council (3, 4). 

BENSON, EDWARD THEODORE CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; HOPKINS, House 

President {3\ Military Ball Committee (4); Air Force ROTC, Colonel; Air Force Coun- 
cil (4), President (4); Armed Forces Council (4), President (4); Arnold Air Society (2). 



BENSON, JOAN STRATTON SHABBONA; B.S. in Elementary Education; WESCOGA. 

BENSON, PAUL WAYNE MORRIS; B.S. in Agricultural Mechanics; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; 

Field and Furrow (4); lllini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3, 4); Purdue 
University- 

BENSON, RICHARD ARTHUR LEE; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; Alpha Zeta; Agricul- 
tural Economics Club (3); Agricultural Education Club (4); Illinois Wesleyan Uni- 
versity. 



BENZIGER, ROBERT ALFRED MANSFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE; 

Star Course Manager (2); Engineering Council (4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (3); 
I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4). 

BERG, HOWARD MARTIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; MINAWA 

LODGE; M.I.S. (3, 4); Taylor University. 

BERGER, STUART JORDAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ARMORY HOUSE; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Omega Beta Pi (2); L.A.S. Honors 
Program (1); Honors Day (I), Navy Pier. 



BERGER, WAYNE ELMER BUCKINGHAM; B.S. in Animal Science; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4). 

BERKSON, WILLIAM KOLLER CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; Fencing, Fresh- 
man Squad (1); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); lllini House (1, 2, 3); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3). 

BERLAND, RICHARD BRUCE GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; SIGMA ALPHA MU; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (2); lllini Forensic Association (3). 



BERLINER, RONALD RICHARD LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Engineering Physics; W.P.G.U. 

(2). 

BERMAN, STEPHEN NEW HYDE PARK, NEW YORK; B.S. in Accountancy. 

BERNHARDT, RUSSELL JOHN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; SNYDER, President 

(3); Campus Chest (1, 2, 3, 4); W.P.G.U. (1); Society of General Engineers (1); 
Young Republicans Club (1, 2); James Scholar (1). 



BERNSTEIN, ADRIENNE HARRIET CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Campus Chest (3); 

W.S.A. Board (3); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3); Student Senate^ (3, 4); University 
Choir (3); University Chorus (3); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extention 
of the University of Illinois; Orchesis (1, 2); Spanish Club (1, 2); F.T.A. (1, 2); 
S.E.A. (1, 2); University Chorus (2), Navy Pier. 



B.S. in Civil Engineering; 
[4): Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 



BERRA, JOHN HERRIN 

Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Key (3). 



BERTETTO, RICHARD ALAN CHICAGO; 



ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Chi 
University of Illinois Scholarship 



BERTOGLIO, MARY KATHRYN FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA; A.B. in L.A.S. , English; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; lllini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (4); Trinity 
College. 

STEVENS, ROGER GILSON; B.S. m Electrical Engineering; A.B. in Economics; ALPHA 

KAPPA LAMBDA; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Alpha Mu; The ILLIO (2); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2); Illinois Technograph (4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Free University of Berlin. 

BESSONNY, DEBORAH ANN EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; BUSEY; 

Y.W.C.A. (1); Chamber Orchestra (3); Concart Band (1); lllini Speech Correction 
Association (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (3); Honors Day (1). 

BEST, GARY WILLIAM 3ETHALTO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; BETA SIGMA 

PSI, House President (4); Star and Scroll; Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Ameri- 
can Chemical Society (2, 3); A.I.Ch.E. (2, 3, 4); German Club (1, 2). 

BEST, LAWRENCE EDWIN OAK PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; lllini Union Committee Member (2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); 
Star Course- Manager (2); Y.M.C.A. (3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Student 
Senate (4); University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (2, 3); llligreek (2); Greek 
Week Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (I, 4). 



BETTNER, EISON ARTHUR MENDOTA; B.S. 

RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Omicron (I). 



L.A.S., Microbiology; ILLINOIS STREET 



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BIDNER, THOMAS DEAN MAHOMET; B.S. in Animal Science; FARMHOUSE; Alpha Zeta; 

The ILLIO (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); Hoof and Horn Club (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Meats Judging Team (3); Honors Day (1, 3). 

BIEtFELDT, WIlllAM RAYMOND GARY, INDIANA; A.B. in Architecture; PHI KAPPA PSI. 

BIELINSKI, HELENE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; SHERWOOD; The Daily illini 

(1, 2); The ILLIO (3, 4); Illini Guide (2, 3); French Club (3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (4). 



BIERfeRAUER, MARY FRANCES PARIS; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; EVANS; Pompons (1, 2); 

Illini Guide (3); French Club (1, 2); Honors Day ()). 

BILOW GERSON BERNARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Illinois Tech- 

nograph (I, 2); M.I.S. (3, 4). 

BIRD, CLAUDIA KATHRYN PESHAWAR AIR FORCE BASE, PAKISTAN; A.B. in L.A.S., 

Social Studies,; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Junior 
Panhellenic (2); Guidons (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2), 



BIRNBAUM, SANDRA GAIL DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ARBOR SUITES; 

University of Manchester. 

BISHOP, BENJAMIN ROE LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Young Republicans Club 

(4). 

BIZAR, LARRY STEPHEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; TAU DELTA PHI, House 

President (3); Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club (4). 



BIAKESLEY, LANCE HUGH ELGIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; GARNER; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Pi Sigma Alpha; German Club (1, 2); Pre-Law Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Repub- 
licans Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BLANHEIM, MELVIN WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA PHI 

ALPHA; Sachem; Tribe of Illini (3); Track, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (4), Freshman 
Squad (1); Pershing Rifles (1). 

BLASOVICH, JOYCE ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (4); Student Musicals (3); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois; Student National Education Association (1, 2), Navy Pier. 



BLOCH, JOY SANDRA HOMETOWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR SUITES; I.A.S. 

(3); Honors Day (3); Northern Illinois University. 

BLOMGREN, JANICE DIANE ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; EVANS; University 

Theatre Crew (3, 4); Orchesis (3, 4); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2). 

BLOMQUIST, JAY LORENTZ PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Delta Sigma; Market- 
ing Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Business Manager 
of Pier-lllini Newspaper (3), Navy Pier. 



BLOOM, ROBERT HAROLD WESTBURY, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Honors Day (3). 

BLOOMBERG, CHARLES GAY LYNN CENTER; B.S. in Animal Science; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Illini Union Committee Member (I, 2); Intramural Council (2, 3); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (1, 2, 3); Agriculture Economics Club (1, 2); Agricultural Judging 
Team (3, 4): Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4). 

BIOOME, PETER DALE CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; NEWMAN; Engi- 
neering Council (4); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), Honor Award (4); Knight of St. Patrick (4). 

BLUST, LARRY DAVID GALVA; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Air Force ROTC, Major; Air Force Council (4); 
Accountancy Club (4); Young Republicans Club (1); Commerce Honors Program (I, 2, 
3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key (3). 

BOARDMAN, WILLIAM KENYON, JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; KAPPA SIGMA; 

Skull and Crescent; The Daily Illini (3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Men's Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Musicals (3); Air Force ROTC, Major; Scabbard and Blade (3); 
Flying Illini (4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Young Republicans 
Club (4). 

BOCK, CARL ALLEN LINCOLN; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Alpha Zeta; 

Iota Delta Pi; Illini Union Board (4); Illini Union Committee Chairman (2); Major 
Chairman of llini Union Committee (3); Director (4); Marching Illini (1, 2, 3); First 
Regimental Band (2, 3); Second Regimental Band (1); Illini Guide (4); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2), Chairman (2); Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); A.I.S. (3, 4); 
Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Association of 
International Students (3, 4). 

BOCK, JOAN ELLEN ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; KAPPA DELTA; Phi 

Bt>ta Lambda; Commerce Council (3); Guidons (3). 

BOE, BARBARA ANN BROADVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BOEHLE, ROSEMARY HELEN SPARLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., English; 4-H HOUSE, House Presi- 
dent (4); Illini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew (1, 2, 3 
4); S.N.I.B. (1); Illini Readers (2); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Illini House (3). 



BOERMAN, CALVIN RICHARD LA GRANGE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE. 

BOEPSMA, ENID CHRISTINE CHICAGO; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Phi Boln L.imbda; Illini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (2, 3)' 
M.irkr.-lin') Club H). 

BOGACZ, THEODORE WILLIAM CHICAGO; A,B. in LA.S., History; Honors Day (3). 



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BOGUSCH, ERNEST BRUCE CICERO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER; I.E.E.E. (4); 

J. S. Morton Junior College. 

BOHABOY, ALLAN JOHN BERWYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Physics 

Society (4); Honors Day (1). 

BOHIEN, VIRGINIA lOU MOWEAQUA; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H HOUSE; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Student National Education Association {3, 4); Young 
Republicans Club (4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

BOKIOS, GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES; Army ROTC, Second Lieu- 

tenant; Pershing Rifles (2, 3); Zeta Sigma Alpha (3); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Rifle 

and Pistol Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; French Club 
(1, 2); International Relations Club (I, 2); Navy Pier. 

BOKOR, LAWRENCE HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN; Accountancy 

Club (3). 

BOIDEN, BETTY ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA SIGMA THETA; W.I.S.A. 

Executive Council (3); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (3); lllini Guide 
(2, 3); Foung Democrats Club (4). 

BOLICK, NANCY ANNE PAXTON; B.S. in Music Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Sigma Alpha lota; First Regimental Band (2, 3); Second Regimental 
Band (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 4); Honors Day (I, 2). 

BOION, LAURENCE JOEL LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; Young Democrats Club (4); Bradley University; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois; Spanish Club (I), Navy Pier. 

BOOTHBY, MARGARET ANN MONMOUTH; B.S. in Education; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

lllini Guide (4); Greek Week Committee (4); Mount Saint Clare College. 

BOPPART, EUGENE ALFRED WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Agriculture; Campus Chest (3); Field 

and Furrow Club (2, 3, 4). 

BORCHERS, SHARAIYN LEE SIBLEY; B.S. in Education; 4-H HOUSE; University Theatre- 
Crew/ (3, 4); Campus Chest (4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (4); Sno-Ball Committee 
(3); Illinois State University. 

BORK, GENE ARNOLD PIPER CITY; B.S. in Agriculture; ILLI-DELL; Tomahawk; Honors 

Day (3). 

BOSE, MELFERD ANTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (4); A.S.M.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois; A.F.S. (2, 3); A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3), President (3), Navy Pier. 

BOSTON, ANDREW CHESTER PAWNEE; B.S. in Animal Science; CARR, House President (4); 

Student Musicals (2); lllini Guide (2); Hoof and Horn Club (4); Honors Day (2). 

BOSTON, WILLIAM DONALD PAWNEE; B.S. in Animal Science; CARR; Football, Freshman 

Squad (I). 

BOTT, JEFFREY ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; Accountancy 

Club (4). 

BOTTERMAN, DAVID LAWRENCE ROSELLE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Phi Eta Sigma; Army 

ROrC, Captain; Phalanx (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

BOWERS, JACK LEE ILLIOPOLIS; B.S. in Agricultural Science; SIGMA NU; S.N.I.B. (4); 

Field and Furrow '3, 4); Blackburn College. 

BOWMAN, MARY VIRGINIA URBANA; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau Alpha; 
lllini Union Committee Member (2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3); Star 
Course Manager (1); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BOWMAN, ROBERT AMOS LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA NU; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Military Ball Committee (4); NROTC, Lieutenant; 
Navy Council 12, 3); Trident (3, 4). 

BOYD, VENITA NEVATA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Theater; WESCOGA; University Theatre 

Crew (I, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); lllini Guide (3). 

BRACH, ROBERT MAX BELVIDERE; B.F.A. in Painting; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE. 

BRADBURY, ANDREA RHEA CLARENDON HILLS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; 

SIGMA KAPPA; Shorter Board; Alpha Chron; Sigma Delta Pi; The Daily lllini (1, 2); 
The ILLIO (2, 3); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (4); lllini Guide (3); 
L.A.S. Honors Program (I, 2, 3); James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

BRAHANA, JOHN VAN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; ACACIA; Sachem; The 

Daily lllini (1); The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (I, 2); University 
Theatre Cast (3); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Folk Song Club (4). 




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BRANDNER, JAMES LEROY SPRING VALLEY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Alpha Phi Omega; Illinois State University. 

BRANDT, LARRY lEE DANVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Illinois Technograph (I); 
Lutheran Foundation Executive' Council (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); James Scholar (I, 2, 
3, 4); Honors Day (1), 

BRANNEN, CHARLES ANTHONY CHICAGO; B.S. m Management; HOPKINS. 



BRAVER, DANIEL J HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Marketing; ZETA BETA TAU; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Campus 
Chest (I, 2); Intramural Council (3); Men's Glee Club (3); Folk Song Club (2, 3); 
Marketing Club {3, 4); Navy Pier Exte-nsion of the University of Illinois. 

BRAZLE, JUDITH CARPENTER BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; lllini Union Committee 

Member (2); Commerce Council (2, 3); Accountancy Club (3); Commerce Honors Pro- 
gram (4); Honors Day (1) 

BREEDING, DAVID GEORGE EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; GARMEN, 

President (4; Sigma Tau; A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day 
(2, 3). 



BREIDERT, ROBERT BRUCE FRANKFORT; B.S. in Finance; THETA CHI; Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; 

Y.M.C.A. (2); University Chorus (1); Men's Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4), President (4); 
Society for the Advancement of Management (2); Ski Club (2, 3); Honors Day (I). 

BREITBARTH, CHRISTINE ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; Wright Junior 

College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BRENNEN, TERRY ERNEST CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; TAU KAPPA EPSILON, House 

President (4); Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); W.P.G.U. (2). 



BRESLER, SUSAN RUTH HAMMOND, INDIANA; B.F.A. in City Planning; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; University Theatre Cast (I); Orchesis (2); Folk Song C'ub (1); Forsite Club (3); 
N.A.A.C.P. (4); Studsnt Peace Union (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (3); 
Purdue University. 

BREWE, RICHARD ARTHUR NEWARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; BRANDOLIER; German Club 

(2, 4). 

BREWER, MAE MEENEN FORREST; B.S. in Music Education; SIGMA KAPPA; Mu Phi Epsilon; 

Campus Chest (1); University Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2, 3); lllini Guide (3); 
Home Economics Club (1); Honors Day (2, 3). 



BRICE, MARGARET JOANN CHICAGO; A.B. in Physical Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Sigma Nu; Campus Chest (4); Orchesis (3); Honors Day (4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Orchesis (I, 2), President (2); French Club 
(1); Physical Education Majors Club (2), Navy Pier. 

BRICKER, DENNIS LEIGH PATOKA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Mu 

Epsilon; Physics Society (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Math Honors Program (3); 
James Scholar (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BRIGGS, PHILIP WHITE LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; SIGMA CHI; Greek Week 

Committee (1); Honors Day (1). 



BRILL, KENNETH JAMES BERWYN; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; KNIGHT CLUB, House 

President (4); A.F.S. (3); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); I.A.S. (2); Morton Junior College; 
Illinois Institute of Technology. 

BRINCK, MARILYN tEANETTE MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; 

The Daily lllini (4); Home Economics Club (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Northern 
Illinois University. 

BRISKMAN, RONNY SUSAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; PHI SIGMA 

SIGMA; Zeta Phi Eta; Illinois Speech Correction Association (3, 4); University of 
Michigan. 



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BRISTOL, GREGORY CHARLES VIRGIL; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 
4); Honors Day (I, 2). 

BROBERG, DAVID LAURCE MATTESON; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; S.A.E. (4); Illinois 

Institute of Techfiology. 

BRODY, TALBOT TRENTON, NEW JERSEY; B.S, in Physical Education; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Ma Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Basketball, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 
(3); Physical Education Majors Club (1). 



BROERS, WESLEY HENRY lAMPICO; B.S. in Animal Science; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; inter- 

fralernity Ball Comniitliv (2); Military Ball Comniillce (31; Plow/boy Prom Committee 
(2); Air rorrc ROIC, Colontl; Air Force Council (4); Arnold Air Society (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Agricultural fclucilion Club (I, 2); Flying lllini (3, 4); Hool and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 
4); lllini Sportsman's Club (3); Young Democrats Club (4). 

BROJ, LAUREN FRANK BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; MEDEA; I.E.E.E. (4)| 

Railroad Students Club (4); Morton lunior College. 

BROOM, VIRGINIA LOUISE ST JOSEPH; A.B. 

( Inh 14); Yiiunci Rcpulilitans Club (4). 



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BROWN, DOLORES MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA; 

WILL (3, 4); Roosevelt University. 

BROWN, GlENNA LOMBARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA PHI; Junior Panhel- 

lenic (3); Illinois State University. 

BROWN, LARRY LEE EDWARDSVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Pi Delta Phi. 



BROWN, PATRICIA MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR SUITES; 

Wilson Junior College. 

BROWN, RUTH ANN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA OAAICRON 

PI; Indiana University. 

BROWN, STEPHEN JEFFERY GLENCOE; B.S. in Accountancy; Army ROTC, Lieutenant; 

Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Accountancy Club 1 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement (3, 4). 



EROWN, SUZANNE ADELINE CALUA,'.ET CITY; A.B. in Communications; SHERWOOD 

LODGE, President (3); Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily lllini (2); Campus Chest (2); 
Anthropology Club (4). 

BRUECKNER, RICHARD CHARLES LOMBARD; B.S. in Marketing; WESTON; W.P.G.U. (3); 

Air Force ROIC, Captain; Arnold Air Society (I, 2, 3, 4). 

BRUNBERG, MARY LOUISE MT. PROSPECT; B.S. in Microbiology; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Honors Day (2, 3); University of Michigan. 



BRUNKOW, MARGARET SOGNEFEST PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Elementary Education; AL- 
PHA PHI; lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman 
(2, 3); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (2). 

BRUNNER, BEVERLY ANN BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY; Student 

Senate (3); Student Musicals (3); Honors Day (3); Northern Illinois University. 

BRUNNER, GEORGIA STEPHANIE BELLEVILLE; A.B. in Dance; PI BETA PHI; ShI-Ai; 

Alpha Sigma Nu; lllini Union Committee Chairman (1); Major Chairman of lllini 
Union Committee (2); Star Course Manager (1); Freshman Seminar (1); Student 
Musicals (1, 2); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 



BUCH, MARIAN LOUISE PALATINE; B.S. in Home Economics Education; ALLEN; Luth- 
eran Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Agri- 
culture Honors Program (2, 3); Honors Day (1); Valparaiso University, 

BUCHLER, SUSAN EVA SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; lllini Newspaper Staff (1); lllini Union Committee Chair- 
man (2); German Club (I, 2); Student Zionist Organization (2), Navy Pier. 

BUCKLEW, BRUCETTA JEAN ELMHURST; A.B. in Nev>/s Editorial; ALLEN HALL; Young 

Republicans Club (4); Rockford College. 



BUDDE, RICHARD JORDAN DECATUR; A.B. in Political Science; ACACIA; Sachem; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Tribe of lllini (4); 
Basketball Manager (2, 3), Senior Manager (4); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

BUILTA, HOWARD CLAIRE MINONK; A.B. in Agriculture Economics; FARMHOUSE; Army 

ROTC, Cadet First Lieutenant; Agricultural Economics Club (3); Field and Furrow (3); 
Hoof and Horn Club (4). 

BUKOVSKI, JOHN CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WESTON; I.E.E.E. 

(4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



BULLARD, ANITA RAE SPRINGFIELD; Bachelor of Music; EVANS HALL; Pi Kappa Lambda; 

Sigma Alpha lota; University Orchestra (2 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BURBRIDGE, BARBARA LOUISE RICHTON PAR<; Bachelor of Music; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Alpha Chron; Sigma Alpha lola; University Choir (1, 2); Madrigal Chorus 
(1); Chamber Choir '3); University Opera (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

BURGESON, CAROL JUNE . . . . CHICAGO; B.S, in Commercial Teaching; KAPPA ALPHA 
THETA; Sigma lola fpsilon; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3, 4); lllini Union 
Comm'ttee Chairman (4); Commerce Council (2, 3, 4); Greek Week Committee (2); 
Guidons (3); Commarce Honors Program (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2), 



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BURKART, JUDITH ANN FLOSSMOOR; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES; University 

Theatre Crew (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Hillsdale College. 

BURNS, CAROL McGEATH LINCOLN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; KAPPA ALPHA 

THETA; The ILLIO (1); Greek Week Committee (2); Honors Day (2). 

BURNSIDE, BARBARA JEANNE MONTICELLO; B.F.A. in Art Education; PI BETA PHI; 

University Chorus (1); Madrigal Chorus (1, 2); Oratorio Society (3); Student Musicals 
(2); National Art Education Association (4); Honors Day (2, 3). 



BURTELSON, FREDERICK WELDON LOMBARD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau 

Sigma; A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

BUSCHE, FRED DAVIS JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; 

mini Union Committee Member (I); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Fencing, 
Varsity Squad (3); Marching lllini (2, 3); Greek Week Committee (2); Young Demo- 
crats Club (3, 4). 

BUSH, NORMAN LEO DWIGHT; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant-Colonel; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4). 



BUTKUS, JULIA DALIA NORTH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Chemistry; EVANS; 

Alpha Chron; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; lota Sigma Pi; W.I.S.A. Executive 
Council (2); lllini Guide (2, 3); Lithuanian Students Club (2); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BUnS, EDWARD ARTHUR PLATO CENTER; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SONS HOME; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Young Democrats 
Club (4); L.A.S. Honors Program; James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

BUTZER, JOHN FREDERIC ERIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Zoology; THETA XI; Omega Beta Pi; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1); Intramural Council (2); Intramural Manager (1, 2); 
Young Republicans Club (I, 2, 3); L.A.S. Honors Program (2); Honors Day (3). 



BUYER, DENNIS ELMWOOD PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ARMORY HOUSE; 

Omega Beta Pi; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

BYBOKAS, JAMES GEORGE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WESTON; M.R.H.A. 

Judicial Board (2); I.E.E.E. (2, 4); Honors Day (1). 

BYRON, ALAN JORDAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PRAETORIANS; Beta Alpha Psi; 

Student Musicals !3); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (2); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Concert Band (1), Navy Pier. 

CADE, DAVID GILLER JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in Recreation; BETA THETA PI; Star Course 

Manager (1, 2); Freshman Seminar (1); Football, Varsity Squad (3); Basketball, Fresh- 
man Squad (1); Jazz-U-Like-lt (3); Military Ball Committee (4); Air Force ROTC, Cadet 
Major; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); Pre-Law 
Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (2); Young Republicans Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); University of Colorado; University of Texas; University of Texas \.a\N 
School. 

CALDWELL, KENNETH LORENZO CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; B.S. in L.A.S., 

Philosophy; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3, 4); 
M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3, A); Second Regimental Band (2, 3); Repertory Orchestra 
(3, 4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CALEK, JOANN LEE BERWYN; B.S. in Physical Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; W.S.A. 

Board (1, 2, 3, 4); Terrapin (I, 2, 3, 4), President (3); Physical Education Majors Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

CALLAGHAN, RICHARD THOMAS CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Ma-Wen-Da; Sachem; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Football, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 
4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (I); Wrestling, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 
3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Baseball, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4). 



CALLAHAN, 



KATHLEEN JOYCE CHICAGO; 

RESIDENCE; Spanish Club (4). 



A.B. in L.A.S., English; LINCOLN AVENUE 



CAMARGO-RONCANCIO, HENRY ALFONSO TUNJA, REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA; B.S. in 

Electrical Engineering; FORBES; Sigma Tau; Y.M.C.A. (4); I.E.E.E. (4); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. 
(3); Colombian Students Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Spanish Club (3); 
Le Cercle Francais (4); University of the Andes. 

CAMILLONE, ROBERT JOSEPH LINCOLN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

Wa-Na-See; Newman Foundation Executive Council (2, 3, A); lllini Guide (I, 2, 3, 4, 5); 
I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4, 5); Society of General Engineers (1, 2). 

CAMM, BARBARA MAE FRANKLIN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; SIGMA KAPPA; The ILLIO 

(1); University Chorus (2); lllini Guide (4); Guidons (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (4), 

CAMP, THOMAS ROBERT PELHAM, NEW YORK; B.S. in Music Education; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); Intramural Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2); University Jazz Band (2, 3, 4); Student Musicals 
(2, 3, 4). 

CAMPANINI, SUSAN MARIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; French Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; French Club (1, 2); Folk Song Club (I, 2), Navy Pier. 

CAMPBELL, JOE DAVIS ARTHUR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TAMAROA LODGE, House 

President (3); A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 

CAMPBELL, LARRY EUGENE KAMPSVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; CALHOUN 

HALL, House President (4); S.A.E. (3); Southern Illinois University. 

CAMPBELL, RUSSELL WARE CRYSTAL LAKE; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; LAMBDA CHI 

ALPHA; University Theatre Cast (I, 2); Fencing, Freshman Squad (1); Oratorio 
Society (2); Student Musicals (3, 4); James Scholar (t, 2, 3, 4). 

CAMPBELL, SUSAN KAY JOLIET; B.S. in Recroolion; ZETA TAU ALPHA; Y.W.C.A. (2); 

American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

CANBEK, ISMET YILDIZELI SIVAS, TURKEY; B.S. in Mrch.mical EnginccriiK); Turkish 

Students' Association {3, A), President (4). 



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CANTU, DORLA DEAN COAL CITY; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. (3); Anthropology Club (4); Spanish Club 
(I); Sociology Club (3, 4); Deaf Education Club (I, 2). 

CAPELLE, THOMAS ALAN ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; WESTON, 

House President (3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); Student Senate (2); Major Com- 
mittee of Student Senate (2); lllini Guide (2, 3, 4), Chairman (3). 

CAPERS, MARY FRANCES SUE LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Oratorio Society (2); Concert and Entertainment Board (2); Folk Song Club (4); Young 
Democrats Club (4); University of South Carolina. 

CAPRITTA, DIANNE MARY SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; Smith 

College. 

CARLIIE, JOHN WEBSTER, JR WINNETKA; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (4); W.P.G.U. (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Deni- 
san University. 

CARLS, LARRY MICHAEL VIRGINIA; B.S. in Physical Education; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Track 

Manager (3); Physical Education Majors Club (I, 2); Honors Day (I). 

CARLSON, MYRNA JANE MONTICELLO, WISCONSIN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; 

Evangel College. 

CARPENTER, BETTY LOU MT. VERNON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PI BETA PHI; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Scarab; Psi Chi; Campus Chest (1); Pompons (1); lllini Guide (3); Guid- 
ons (2); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholar- 
ship Key (3). 

CARPENTER, MARY LESLIE LAKE FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (2, 3); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

CARR, EDWARD ELLIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (1); Judo Club 

(2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CARRARO, LOIS ANGELINE BROADVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; Spanish Club (2, 

3, 4); Italian Club (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

CARSTENS, ALICE FAY BEMENT; B.S. in Home Economics; McKINLEY; S.N.I.B. (2, 3); 

Home Economics Club (3, 4). 

CARSTENS, DELBERT KENYARD ALTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GRANADA; Phi 

Eta Sigma; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (2); Rifle and Pistol Club 
(2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

CARTER, KATHRYN DEANNE FAIRFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA DELTA; Mortar 

Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union 
Committee Chairman (2); University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre 
Crew (I); W.S.A. Board (I); Junior Panhellenic (1); Young Democrats Club (I); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

CATLETT, MARION FLOYD CAHOKIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SU CASA; Student 

Senate (2); Major Committee of Student Senate (2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); 
Young Democrats Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

CERASANI, JAMES JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI KAPPA THETA; Skull and 

Crescent; lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 
Greek Week Committee (1); Army ROTC, Major; Association of U.S. Army (3, 
4); Marketing Club (4); Honors Day (3). 

CHAN, FLORENCE SUI-YING HONG KONG; B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron, 

Chinese Students Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Honors Day (2); Western 
Michigan University. 

CHAN, SHIU KWONG HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Tau Beta Pi; lllini Guide (4); I.E.E.E. (4); Chinese Students Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Engineering Honors Program (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3). 

CHANG, WENDY WEI WEI OTTAWA, CANADA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALLEN; Chin- 
ese Students Club (2, 3, 4); Mississippi State College for Women. 

CHAO, CHIH-CHIEH SINGAPORE, MALAYSIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu; Western Michigan Univer- 
sity. 

CHAO, NANCY TSAI SOMERVILLE, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Elementary Education; McKINLEY 

HALL; Y.W.C.A. (I); University Chorus (I); Women's Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Chinese 
Students Club (I, 2); lllini Guide (2); Student National Education Association (4); 
James Scholar (2, 3, 4). 

CHAPMAN, JOHN EDWIN RIVER FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA DELTA PHI; 

Skull and Crescent; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Swimming, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter (3, 
4), Freshman Squad (I); Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Air Force ROTC, First Lieutenant. 

CHASE, STEPHEN MARTIN ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Chess Club (2); Young Republicans Club (2). 

CHELIUS, JAMES ROBERT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Economic Theory; DELTA UPSI- 
LON, House President (3); University Theatre Manager (2); Star Course Manager (1); 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3); NROTC, Ensign; Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (I). 




SENIORS 



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CHENOWETH, LINDA LOUISE WEST SALEM; B.S. in Home Economics; Disciples Foundation 

Executive Council (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club {1, 2, 3, 4). 

HERZON, BARBARA NATALIE SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Social Studies; VAN DOREN; Span- 
ish Club (3); Young Democrats Club (3). 

CHESKIN, GREGORY HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 

CHESKIN, SUSAN ENID CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; IOTA ALPHA PI; Shi-Ai; 

Junior Panhellenic (1); Honors Day (1, 2), 

CHIDLEY, ALAN BEN PALATINE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; A.S.A.E. (3, 4). 

CHIEN, YAU-MING KOWLOON, HONG KONG; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics. 

CHOCKLEY, CAROL SUE MENDOTA; B.S. in Elementary Education; PALAMAR; Student Na- 
tional Education Association (4); Young Republicans Club (I); Illinois State University. 

CHRIST, KATHRYN MARIE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA XI DELTA, 

House President (4); University Theatre Crew (2); Honors Day (1). 

CHRIST, SANDY LYNN COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in Physical Education; PI BETA PHI; Alpha 

Sigma Nu; The ILLIO (3); lllini Union Committee Member (1); Star Course Manager (1, 
2); Student Senate (1); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4); Pompons (1); Student Musicals (3, 4); 
Angel Flight (1); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

CHRISTENSON, DAVID LOREN JOLIET; B.S. in Accountancy; University of Denver; Joliet 

Junior College. 

CHRISTIANSON, LINDA LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; SHERWOOD 

LODGE; Beloit College. 

CHRISTIE, JOHN TAIT OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; PENNSYLVANIA AV- 
ENUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (2); Marching lllini (2); Second Regimental 
Band (2); Student Musicals (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CHRISTOPHER, JAMES LEROY PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CHRISTY, MYRNA DARLENE SULLIVAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; McKINLEY; lllini Union 

Commitlee Member (2); lllini Guide (3). 

CHU, VIVIAN PING HONG KONG; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; EVANS; Chinese Students 

Club (1, 2, 3, 4); German Club (2, 3). 

CIARNIEILO, PHYLLI.S BERWYN; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Student 

National Education Association (3, 4). 

CLARK, CAROLYN JOAN CATLIN; B.S. in Home Economics Education; SIGMA KAPPA, 

House President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon Omicron; The Daily 
lllini (1); The ILLIO (2); lllini Guide (2, 3); Home- Economics Club (1, 2); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

CLARK, DANIEL MONROE ROCKTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; CARR. 

CLARK, JOHN PORTER BL00MING70N; B.S. in L.A.S., Actuarial Science; CHI PSI; Honors 

D,iy (2, 3). 

CLARK, ROBERT BENJAMIN GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

LOOKOUT MANOR; A.f-.S. (2); Hudson Valley Community College. 

CLAUSEN, KENNETH ARTHUR NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; GARMEN; Chi Epii- 

Ion; A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 



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CLEMINS, ARCHIE RAY URBANA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NROTC, Lieutenant Com- 
mander; Armed Forces Council (4); Navy Council (2, 3, 4); Trident (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (4); 
James Scholar (1,3, 4); Honors Day (I). 

CLINE, MARGARET LOUISE PETERSBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALLEN; Psi Chi; 

United Christian Foundation Executive Council (3); lllini Guide (2, 3). 

CLINTON, JOHN EDWARD VIRDEN; B.F.A. in Architectural Engineering; GARNER; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; Concert Band (2); Marching lllini (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); First 
Regimental Band (3, 4, 5); Honors Day (I, 2). 

CLOE, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH, JR JACKSONVILLE; B.F.A. in Architectural Engineering; 

Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; A. I. A. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

CLOTHIER, ROBERT DEAN SOUTH BELOIT; B.S. in Dairy Technology; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Agricultural Judging Team (4); Dairy Production Club (1, 2, 3, 
4); Honors Day (I). 

COBB, DAVID LYLE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; PENNSYLVANIA AV- 
ENUE RESIDENCE; lllini Guide (3, 4); lllini Forensic Association (3, 4); Society of 
General Engineers (1); Young Republicans Club (2, 3). 

CODA, DONALD LAWRENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; The Daily lllini (2, 3); 

Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Campus Chest (3, 4); lllini Guide (3); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Arnold Air Society (1, 2); Accountancy Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Finance Club (3); Rifle and 
Pistol Club (2); Young Democrats Club (4). 

COGSWELL, GARY LAVERNE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ACACIA; Pi 

Tau Sigma; lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Wrestling, Freshman Squad (1); Sec- 
ond Regimental Band (1, 2); A.F.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Engineering Honors 
Program (1). 

COHEN, ANNE LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; IOTA ALPHA PI; The 

Daily lllini (I); lllini Union Committee Member (1); A.C.E. (4). 

COHEN, HARVEY GILBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; HOPKINS; Young Demo- 
crats Club (4); Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Student Congress (2, 3), Navy Pier. 

COHEN, LESLIE BETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Honors Day (3). 

COHEN, SUSAN FREDDA JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S.; Teaching of Social Studies; LAUREL; lllini 

Union Committee Member (4); Hillel Foundation Executive Council (1); Student National 
Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (4); James Scholar (1) 

COHIL, DENNIS JOSEPH JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER; 

Campus Chest (3); lllini Guide (4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Entrekin Students Club (3, 4); Joliet 
Junior College. 

COHN, RONALD DENNIS CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

COLANGELO, LENICE KAREN ELMHURST; B.F.A. in Art Education; ALPHA PHI; Shorter 

Board; Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee Chairman (2, 3); Major Chairman of lllini Union 
Committee (3); Campus Chest (1); Society of American Military Engineers (2, 3, 4); 
Angel Flight (1). 

COLBERT, SHERYL ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

lllini Union Committe-e Chairman (2, 3); Campus Chest (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); MacMurray College. 

COLE, BARTON LEE MACON; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1); NROTC, Lieutenant Junior Grade; Trident {3, 4); A.S.C.E. 
(1); Young Democrats Club (4). 

COLITZ, NATALIE LYNN SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

Campus Chest (1); lllini Guide (3). 

COLLINS, JOE LYNN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Municipal Park Administra ion; American Recrea- 
tional Society (1, 2, 3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club (2). 

COMERIO, JOHN WILLIAM HERRIN; B.S. in Recreation; PHI KAPPA SiGMA; American 

Recreational Society (I, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 

COMPTON, WILLIAM ROBERT ALLERTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Eastern Illinois Uni- 
versity. 

CONDON, MARGUERITE ANNE ROCKFORD; B.S in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; AL- 
PHA GAMMA DELTA, House President (4); The ILLIO (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); Honors 
Day (1). 

CONGLETON, DAVID WILLIAM PESOTUM; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronauti-al Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Gamma Tau; The Daily lllini (3); Marching lllini (2. 3); Socord R-gimental 
Band (31; Engineering Council (3, 4); I.A.S. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Engineering Honors 
Program (3); Honors Day (2). 

CONLIN, GERY VINCENT ARTHUR; B.S. in Accountancy; TAMAROA; Marching lllini (2); 

First Regimental Band (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

CONLIN, JOAN KATHRYN i^ELVIDERE; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; SIGMA KAPPA; Mortar 

Board; Shi-Ai; Sigma lota Epsilon; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 

Society for the Advancement of Management (2); Commerce Honors Program (3, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

CONNELL, JOHN EDWARD DEIAVAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SCOTT; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); 

Springfield Junior College. 

CONNER, JOHN EDWARD MACOMB; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA NU; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); 

junior Interfraternity Council (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Basketball Manager (2); 
Wrestling Manager (3); Army ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Account- 
ancy Club (3, 4). 

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CONNOR, TERESA MARIE MORRIS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Zefa Phi Eta; The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); University 

Theatre Crew (3); Campus Chest (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); lllini Guide (4); Young 
Republicans Club (4). 

CONCUR, SANDRA LOUISE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (4); 

Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Commerce Honors Program (1). 

COOK, ROBERT WIlllAM QUINCY; A.B. In L.A.S., History; NEWMAN; Campus Chest (3); 

Junior Bar Association (4); Quincy College. 



COOIS, JOSEPH GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI KAPPA THETA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (3); Young Democrats Club (I). 

COONEY, EARL JOHN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

ORCHARD DOWNS, House President (3); Newman Club Executive Council (3, 4); 
L.A.S. Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2); Marquette Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

COOPER JOHN DUDLEY, JR STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK; B.F.A. in Landscape Archi- 
tecture; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; Forsite Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Staten Island Community Col- 
lege. 



CORBIN, MITCHELL RAY COAL CITY; B.S. in Agricultural Mechanization; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Plowboy Prom Committee (3); lllini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3, 4). 

CORDON, GLENDA SUE URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; Young Republicans Club (4). 

CORNEHL, ERNST ERICH BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ORCHARD DOWNS, 

House President (3, 4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2); A.S.M.E. (I, 2, 3, 4). 



CORNWELL, GRETCHEN DEANNA CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in English Literature; Mortar Board; 

Torch; Alpha Chron; Mask and Bauble; National Collegiate Players; University Theatre 
hAanag&T (3, 4), President (4); University Theatre Crew (1); University Theatre 
Cast (2); University Theatre Board (4); A.F.S. (2); James Scholar (3); Honors Day (3). 

CORRAY, CHARLES WILLIAM URBANA; B.S. in Agriculture Industry; Army ROTC, Lieuten- 
ant Colonel; Agricultural Economics Club (1); lllini Sportsman's Club (1); Rifle and 
Pistol Club (1). 

CORTRIGHT, DONALD JOSEPH ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TRI- 
ANGLE; Rifle Team, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Senior Rifle Team 
Manager (4); Gymnastics Manager (I); Pershing Rifles (1, 2); A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 

COUGHLIN, MARY HARRIETTE CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA 

ZETA; University Theatre Crew (11; Student National Education Association (4); Young 
Republicans Club (4). 

COULSON, JAMES HILTON BURLINGTON. IOWA; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. (4); Engineering Honors Program (2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (4), Bronze Tablet. 

COURTER, GEORGE EDWARD DELONG; B.S. in Animal Science; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

lllini Union Committee Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3, 4); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (2, 3); Agricultural Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2). 

COURTNEY, THOMAS FRANCIS EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Young 

Democrats Club (4); University of Miami; Loyola University. 

COWAN, DIXIE MARIE OLNEY; A.B. in L.A.S. , French; ARBOR SUITES; The Daily lllini 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Editor (4); lllini Guide (2); James Scholar (1). 

COX, DAVID LAWRENCE WYOMING; B.S. in Animal Science; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma 

Delta; Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4); Illinois State University. 

COX, JAMES EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; SIGMA TAU GAMMA, 

House President (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Executive Council 
(3, 4); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (2): lllini Guide (2); Greek 
Week Committee (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

COX, JUDITH KAY GALESBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics. 

COX, PAMELA ANNE BELIEVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; ARBOR SUITES, House 

President (4); Young Democrats Club (4); College of Saint Teresa. 

CRANDAIL, ARTHUR ROY EUGENE, OREGON; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; WESTON; 

M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); A.F.S. (3); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Principia College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CREAMER, ANNE MARIE URBANA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; Women's Glee 

Club (4); French Club (1, 2); Illinois Wesleyan University. 

CREMEENS, ELAINE FRANCES DELAVAN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PRESBY; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Illinois Readers (2); French Club (3, 4), President (4); Student National Edu- 
cation Association (3, 4), President (4); Honors Day (2, 3); University of Oklahoma. 

CRENSHAW, MARY PHOENIX, ARIZONA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; Univer 

sity of Arizona. 

CRIST, JANET LORRAINE STANINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

McKINLEY, House President (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Young Republicans 
Club (I, 2); lllini Union Committee Member (3, 4). 

CROMWELL, MARTHA ANN BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Eiemenl.iry Education; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Kappa Delta Pi; A.C.E. (2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3), 



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1965 



CRONE, JOHN ANDREW ROCKFORD; B.S. in Accountancy; HOPKINS, House Presi- 
dent (3); Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Beta Alpha Psi, President (4); The Daily lllini (1); Accountancy Club (1, 4); Com- 
merce Honors Program (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

CRONIN, MARY THERESE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; Physical Education 

Majors Club (2, 4); W.S.A. (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
W.A.A. (I, 2); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

CRUIL, STANLEY WARREN BELVIDERE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; TARA HALL, 

House President (2); M.I. A. Executive Council (2); Second Regimental Band (3, 4); 
lllini Guide (2); Army ROTC, Captain; Society of American Military Engineers 
(3); A.S.A.E. (1, 2); I.S.P.E. (2) S.A.E. (3, 4). 



CULBERTSON, JANET LOUISE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Recreation; DELTA ZETA; Shi-Ai; 

lllini Union Commitee Member (3, 4); University Chorus (1); Guidons (2); Amer- 
ican Recreational Society {1, 2, 3, 4). 

CUIP, MARILYN PATRICIA WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching 

of English; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; lllini Union Committee Member (2); lllini 
Union Committee Chairman (2); lllini Guide (3). 

CUNNINGTON, BARBARA RUTH PONTIAC; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PALAMAR; The 

Daily lllini (4). 

CUPPY, PAUL STEPHEN ARCOLA; B.S. In Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; Hoof 

and Horn Club (2, 3); lllini Sportsman's Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

CURRAN, CAROL MARGARET CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ARBOR 

SUITES; Gamma Alpha Chi; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

CURRAN, KATHRYN ROSE McHENRY; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Latin; GAMMA 

HOUSE, House President (3, 4); Mortar Board; Pi Sigma Alpha; lllini Union Pro- 
gram Board (3, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (3, 4); Panhellenic-WISA Co- 
ordinating Committee (3, 4); Student Senate (3); Major Committee of Student 
Senate (2, 3); Sno-Ball Committee (3). 

CURRENS, JANET ELAINE NACHUSA; B.S. in Elementary Education; EVANS; lllini 

Guide (2). 

CURRY, ROGER WAYNE PORT BYRON; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; CHRISTIAN 

CAMPUS HOUSE; Alpha Zela; Alpha Epsilon; A.S.A.E. (2, 3, 4), President (4); 
Moline Community College. 

CURTIS, BARBARA IRENE WHEATON; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; W.P.G.U. (3); lllini Guide (3); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

CURTISS, CYNTHIA GRACE STOCKTON; A.B. in L.A.S., French; ZETA TAU ALPHA, 

House President (4); Shorter Board; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Phi Beta Kappa; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3, 4), Associate Editor (4); Star Course Man- 
ager (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); Angel Flight (3, 4); Homecoming Court (4); Out- 
standing Greek (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

CUTILLETTA, THOMAS PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; 

Beta Alpha Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma lota Epsilon; W.P.G.U. (1); Accountancy 
Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1); Commerce Honors Program (1); James 
Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

CWIKLIN, EDWARD RALPH AURORA; B.S. in Accountancy; PI KAPPA PHI, House 

President (4); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management 
{3}; Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

CYPRESS, WILLIAM WALTER HARVEY; B.S. in Accountancy; SNYDER; Accountancy Club (2); 

Thornton Junior College. 

CZECH, JOHN DENNIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; BRANDOLIER; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Finance Club (4); Young Democrats Club (1); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

CZERNENKO, GREGORY PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WESTON; 

W.P.G.U. (1); I.E.E.E. (I). 

DACZKEWYCZ, ROMAN JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology. 

DAHL, ROBERT CARL ELMHURST; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TAU KAPPA EPSILON, 

House President (3); lllini Union Program Board (4); lllini Union Committee Member 
(1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee 
(3); Department Head (4); Interfraternity Executive Council (3); Major Committee of 
Student Senate (2); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4). 

DAHMAN, HELEN JANET ARENZVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biology; LEEMAN 

LODGE. 

DAILEY, MARY ANN TAYLORVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; PALAMAR; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Psi Chi; lllini Guide (3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

DAILY, JUDITH ANN PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ARBOR SUITES; Iowa State 

University. 

DAL BELLO, ROBERT ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; A.S.M.E. (2, 3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A.F.S. (2); I.E.E.E. (1), Navy Pier. 




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1965 




DALCHE, JUDITH MAYER DES PLAINES; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian; W.P.G.U. (1); Oratorio 

Society (I); Russian Language Club (1, 3, 4); German Language Club (3); French Lan- 
guage Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 4); Alliance Francaise; Sorbonne. 

DALE, LINDA LOU CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA OMICRON PI; The Daily 

mini (2); University Theatre Cast (3, 4); StucJent Senate (3); Pompons (1); I.T.E. 
(2, 3, 4). 

DANDURAND, GARY LEE KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S., History; SNYDER, House President 

(3); Tomahawk; The Daily lllini (2); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); James Scholar (I). 

DANES, FRANK KORB CICERO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; Morton Jr. 

College. 

DANIEL, DAVID NEWELL CAMBRIA, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; A.S.A.E. 

(4); I.S.P.E. (3); Wisconsin State University. 

DANNER, ARTHUR, III HALFDAY; A.B. in L.A.S., History; DELTA TAU DELTA; Alpha Phi 

Omega, President (2, 3); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (1); Arnold Air Society (I). 

DANOFF, JANICE LYNN CHICAGO; B.S. m Elementary Education; DELTA PHI EPSILON; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Universily of Michigan. 

DARBY, MARILYN JOYCE LAGRANGE; B.S. in Marketing; EVANS; Marketing Club. 

DARNALL, LINDA JEAN MINIER; B.S. in Elementary Education; TAFT; University Chorus 

(2); Women's Glee Club (3, 4); Sludent National Education Association (4). 

DART, EMILY COLLIN WAUKEGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; Long Beach City College. 

DASCHKA, HARRIET IRIS CHESTER; B.S. in Retailing; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2, 3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); W.S.A. Board (1); 
Pompons (1); Terrapins (2); Angel Flight (3, 4); Home Economics Club (3, 4); Market- 
ing Club (3); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Honors Day (3). 

DASTA, ANTHONY JOSEPH NORRIDGE; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

lllini Guide (3, 4); A. I. A. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 

DAUGHTERS, DAVID LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SCOTT; Studi-nt 

Senate (2); Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4), Commander 
(4); Association of U.S. Army (4); Rifle and Pistol Club (1, 2); Young Democrats Club 
(4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Activity Honorary (2); Student 
Congrtis j2). Navy Pier. 

DAVID, VICTOR LOWELL SKOKIE; B.S. in Advertismg; PI LAMBDA PHI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Marketing Club (4); Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

DAVIDOV, JOEL LAWRENCE PARK FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Grinnell College; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

DAVIDSON, LINDA RUTH COLLINSVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Northwestern University. 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS MURRAY PRINCETON; B.S. in Management; SIGMA PI; Skull and 

Crescent; Football Manager {1, 2); Air Force R.O.T.C, First Lieutenant. 

DAVIS, BRUCE LEON ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Economics; KAPPA DELTA RHO; Star and 

Scroll; Sludent Senate (2, 3); Pre-Law Club (1). 

DAVIS, GARY DALE MACON; Bachelor of Architecture; DELTA UPSILON; Ripon College. 

DAVIS, LEROY CLAYTON fUSCOLA; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Economics 

Club (3); Field and Furrow (1). 

DAVIS, NORMAN CHARLES BALLSTON LAKE, NEW YORK; Bachelor of Architecture; 

TAMAROA; A. I. A. (3); Hudson Valley Community College. 

DAVIS, STEPHEN ELLIOTT BLOOMINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; HOUSE OF ROOJAH; 

Y.M.C.A. (3); Campus Chest (1); McKinley Foundation Exaculive Council (2); SNCC 
(3, 4); Sociology Club (3, 4). 

DAWSON, CAROL ANN URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; Women's Glee Club (4); Oratorio 

Society (3, 4); Southern Baptist Foundation Executive Council (2); Illinois Slate 
University. 

DAY, MICHAEL ALIEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA CHI; University Chorus (2); 

folk Song Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



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SHARON SEBAN, Lynn Bowser, and Lida Petruniak model fashions for 
the style show following the annual Delta Delta Delta 
Pansy Breakfast for senior engaged Panhellenic women. 





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DEAN, BARBARA PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of History; ARBOR SUITES; The ILLIO 

(2); Ski Club (3, 4). 

DEAN, WILLIAM EUGENE ROCKPORT; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4); Honors Day (I). 

DEARLOVE, DAVID GILLARD GLEN ELLYN; Bachelor of Architecture; BETA THETA PI; Skull 

and Crescent; Star Course Manager (I, 2). 

DeCOURSEY, DONALD WARREN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering; Navy ROTC Midshipman Lieutenant Commander; Navy Council (4); 
Trident (3, 4, 5). 

DEGRAFF, DENISE FLORINE FORRESTON; B.S. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Illinois 
Wesleyan University. 

DEIBERT, RAYMOND HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; A.I.Ch.E. (2); German Club (4); Wright Junior College. 

DEMETRULIAS, PATRICIA MARIE CAHOKIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; CHI OMEGA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Air Force Sponsor (4); Angel Flight (3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (4); Phi Sigma Epsilon (2, 3); Honors Day (2); MacMurray 
College. 

DEMITRUI, DOROTHY JEAN CHICAGO; B.S in L.A.S., Biology; ARBOR SUITES; Spanish 

Club (3). 

DE NARAY, ANDREW BARRINGTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Geography; Freshman Seminar (1); 

University Chorus (2); Oratorio Society (3); Young Republicans Club (2). 

DENT, JOHN LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Campus Chest (2); 

W.P.G.U. (1, 2); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (I, 2); St. Pat's Ball Committee (3); 
I.E.E.E. (3, 4). 

DESANTO, JAMES JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; M.I. A. Executive 

Council (3); Newman Club Executive Council (3, 4); Rho Epsilon (4); Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; The Chicago lllini (1), Navy Pier. 

DEVEREAUX, PAUL ANDRE DECATUR; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; NEWMAN HALL; 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, A); I.A.S. (3). 

DEVORE, ARCHIE LEE MULBERRY GROVE; B.S. in Dairy Science; ORCHARD DOWNS; Alpha 

Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Judging Team (4); Agricultural Education Club 
(3, 4); Dairy Production Club (3, 4); Greenville College. 

DEVRIES, CAROL LYNN FORRESTON; B.S. in Home Economics; McKINLEY; S.N.I.B. (3, 4); 

McKinley Foundation Executive Council (2); Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); lllini 
Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4). 

DIANNI, ROBERT JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; HOPKINS; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4); Southeast Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

DICKINSON, CHARLES CARYL MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; 

TRIANGLE; Keramos; lllini Union Committee Member (2); American Ceramic Society 

(2, 3, 4) 

DICKMAN, THOMAS GEORGE ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; KAPPA 

DELTA RHO, House President (4); Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Society of General 
Engineers (1, 2); Mechanical Engineering Honors Program (3); Honors Day (1). 

DIEHL, WILLIAM GEORGE PALATINE; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; Junior Interfraternity Council (2). 

DIGAETANI, JOHN LOUIS FOREST PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; HOPKINS; The Daily 

lllini (3, 4); lllini Readers (3, 4), President (3, 4); Loyola University. 

OIGIACOMO, MARIANNE LEE MELROSE PARK; A.B. in Dance; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (2); Pompons (2); Orchesis (1, 2, 

3, 41; Military Ball Commiltes (3); Army Military Sponsor (3); Majors Dance Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

DILETO, SAMUEL ROBERT JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; WESTON; W.P.G.U. (4); 

I.E.E.E. (4); Lewis College. 



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DILUSTRO, PATRICIA ELIZABETH PALATINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Student National Education Association (4); Young Re- 
publicans Club (4); Catherine Spaulding College. 

DISHMAN, ETHELYNNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; Pi Delta Phi; lllini 

Union Committee Member (3); lllini LInion Committee Chairman (4); W.I.S.A. Executive 
Council (4); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (4); Hillel Foundation Executive 
Council (3); L.A.S. Council (2, 3); lllini Guide (3, 4); Spanish Club (2, 3); French Club 
(3); N.A.A.C.P. (3). 

DITTMER, WAITER DEAN EAST PEORIA; B.S. in Engineering Mechanics; THE GROTTO, 

House President (3); Engineering Council (3); Air Force ROTC, Cadet Colonel; Engineer- 
ing Mechanics Society (3, 4). 

DIVEIBISS, CAROLYN YAGER WAUKEGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Lake Forest College. 

DIVELBISS, KENT A WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Management; lllini Union Commitee Member (1). 

DIXON, LINDA MAE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1, 3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (I, 4); W.P.G.U. 
(4); Cheerleader (3); Pompons (2); WILL (3). 



DLUHY, DIANE DATZ MELROSE PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; lllini Guide (2); Folk Song 

Club (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4). 

DOI, BETTI MICHIKO CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; EVANS; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois. 

DOLL, JERRY DENNIS POCHAHONTAS; B.S. in Agricultural Science; ILLI-DELL; Tomahaw^k; 

Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Council (3, 4); Dairy Production Club (1); Field and Furrow 
(2, 3, 4), President (3, 4); Agriculture Honors Program; Honors Day (1, 2). 

DOLL, PAUL lARKIN MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Communications; ORCHARD 

DOWNS; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); University Theatre Crew (3, 4); WILL 
(3, 4); Milwaukee Institute of Technology. 

DOMAN, MARY MARGARET KANKAKEE; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. (2); Young Republicans Club (4); Northern Illi- 
nois University. 

DONDANVILLE, WAITER JOSEF BRACEVILLE; B.S. in Communications; Sigma Delta Chi. 

DONZE, JEAN ANN RANTOUL; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biology; The Daily lllini (3); 

W.P.G.U. (I, 2); lllini Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

DORR, RICHARD EVERETT JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in Marketing; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Football, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Air Force ROTC, Major. 

DOWNS, BETTE RUTH LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Physical Education; ARBOR SUITES, 

President (4); Physical Education Majors Club (4); Millikin University. 

DOWNS, JOHN BURTON URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA CHI RHO; Golf, 

Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (]); Track, Freshman Squad (1); lllini Guide 
(3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4), Honors Day (1). 

DRAKE, JERRY FRANCIS ODELL; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Sigma Tau; Physics Society (2, 3, 

4); Engineering Honors Program (2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 3). 

DRAKE, MERTON PAUL CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (1); Army ROTC, 
First Lieutenant; Society of American Military Engineers (3, 4); A. I. A. [2, 3). 



DRDA, DENNIS PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; FORBES; Wrestling, Varsity 

Squad (2, 3); Arnold Air Society (2); Pershing Rifles (2); Society of Construction 
Engineers (5); Young Democrats Club (4, 5); Iowa State University. 

DREGER, PETER FRITZ PALMYRA, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; ARMORY HOUSE. 

DREW, ALLAN PIERCE ELMHURST; B.S. in Forestry; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Dolphins (2, 3, 4); 

lllini Foresters (3, 4). 

DROBNY, CHARLENE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ARBOR 

SUITES; Young Democrats Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

DUCASSE, EDGAR GEORGE ELGIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Honors Day (2, 3); Case Institute of Technology. 

DUDEK, ROBERT ANTHONY B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of 

the University o( Illinois; A.S.C.E. (2, 3), President (3), Navy Pier. 



DuFALLO, ELAINE CYNTHIA 



WHiriNG, INDIANA; B.F.A. in Art Education; ARBOR SUITES. 



DUGLE, JON RICHARD NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; Concert Band (I, 2, 3, 4); Marching lllini (I, 2, 3, 4); University Orchestra 
(2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1). 

DUJMOVIC, RICHARD MILON CHICAGO; B.S. In Electrical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Swimming Team (1), Navy Pier. 




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1965 



DUKER, EDGAR PAUL URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; SIGMA NU; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; Concert Band (4); Marching lllini (4); Honors Day (1). 

DUKER, JOHN GUY URBANA; Bachelor of Music; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia; Concert Band (2, 3, 4, 5, 6); Marching lllini (2, 3, 4, 5, 6); University Or- 
chestra (3, 4); Wind Ensemble (3, 4, 5); Knox College. 

DUNCAN, DAVID BUDD ALEXIS; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Economics 

Club (3, 4); Field and Furrow (2); lllini Agricultural Mechanization Club (3, 4). 

DURBIN, KAREN lEE PRINCEVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Spanish Club (2, 3, 4). 

DUSEK, CAROL ANN CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; National Art Education Association (4); Bogan Junior College. 

DYBALA, RAYMOND WALTER CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; FOUR COLUMNS; 

Loyola University; Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 



DYER, MARTIN PATRICK PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; DELTA TAU DELTA, 

House President (4); Dolphins (1, 2); lllini Guide (3). 

ECK, KENNETH OTTO CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GARNER; Wright Junior 

College. 

ECKERT, LARY CORNELL BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Agricultural Industries; FARMHOUSE; Star 

and Scroll; Junior Interfrafernity Council (I); lllini Guide (4); Agricultural Economics 
Club (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

EDELSTEIN, WILLIAM ALAN NORTHBROOK; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; lllini Forensic Association (1, 2, 3); Physics Society (I, 2, 
3, 4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

EDER, THOMAS WILLIAM FREEPORT; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; TRIANGLE; 

Marching lllini (I, 2); Second Regimental Band (I, 2); A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4); James Scholar 
(I, 4). 

EDES, GEORGE NELSON GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ORCHARD 

DOWNS, House President (I); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (1); M.R.H.A. 
Public Relations Director (I); Student Senate (1) A.I.Ch.E. (4). 

EDLUND, DAVID ARTHUR BLUE ISLAND; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Basketball, Freshman Squad (1); Physical Education 
Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EDMAN, DAVID CARL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; American Chemical Society 
(1), Navy Pier. 

EDWARDS, lUTHER KENNETH DETROIT, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. 

(3, 4); Wayne State University. 

EFFORT, BEVERLY JEANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreation Therapy; DELTA SIGMA THETA; 

Campus Chest (2); Orchesis (2); American Recreation Society (4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Orchesis (1), Navy Pier. 

EGGERT, WAYNE GERRY RIVER GROVE; B.S. in Finance; HOPKINS, House President (3); 

Delta Sigma Pi; lllini Guide (3); Society for the Advancement of Management (1, 2, 
3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

EGUNJOBI, MICHAEL AJAYI ILAWE-EKITI, NIGERIA; B.S. in Agriculture; Cooperative Ex- 
tension Club (3); Western Illinois University. 

EHMANN, WILLIAM JAROLD BARRINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3); Whitman College. 

EICHIN, BARBARA LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; CHI OMEGA; Torch; 

Shi-Ai, President (3); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (2); Junior Pan- 
hellenic (I); Panhellenic Executive Council (2, 3, 4); Panhellenic Executive Coordinating 
Committee (3, 4); Panhe-llenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (3); Student Senate (3, 4); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (4); Freshman Seminar (1); Women's Glee Club 
(1, 2); Greek Week Committe-e (1, 2, 3), Chairman (3); Guidons (2); Honors Day (1). 

EISNER, THOMAS SULTAN PARK FOREST; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Campus Chest (3); 
llligreek (3); lllini Guide (3); Commerce Honors Program (I, 2); Honors Day (I, 2). 

EKSTEN, RONALD CHARLES ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; HOPKINS, House 

President (3); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3); Finance Club (4); Pre-Law/ Club (2); Young 
Republicans Club (3, 4); Valparaiso University. 

ELGIN, JOHN WARREN SHELBYVILLE; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ALPHA CHI RHO; 

Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (I); Greek Week Committee (3); Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Society of American 
Military Engineers (2); Accountancy Club (3); Marketing Club (3); M.I.S. (2, 3); Society 
for the Advancement of Management (3, 4); Young Republicans Club {1, 2, 4); Judo 
Club (4). 

ELLETT, JACK BENJAMIN MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Alpha Phi Omega. 




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1965 



MARILYN LEMKE, gaining practical experience student leaching, 
helps her third grade children solve arithmetic problems. 



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ELLETT, KAREN FRANCIS EAST MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; Zeta Phi Eta; 

mini Speech Correction Association (2, 3, 4); Augustana College. 

ELLIOTT, GLORIA WILK GLENCOE; B.F.A. in Art Education; BUSEY; A.C.E. (3, 4); National 

Art Education Association (4); Albion College. 

ELLIS, ROBERT MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; WILL (2); IM Rec Board (2); I.E.E.E. (3); Young Democrats Club (3); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



ELMQUIST, CAROLYN MARIE WHEATON; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ALPHA XI DELTA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; University Theatre Crevi' (1); Military 
Sponsor (2); Angel Flight (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

ELSTON, JAMES LAVERNE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; SIGMA PI, House 

President (3); Skull and Crescent; Alpha Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Freshman Seminar (]); Greek Week Committee (2); Agricultural Economics 
Club (4); Agriculture Honors Program (2); Honors Day (2). 

ELWORTHY, WILLIAM ROBERT ROCHELLE; B.S. in Economics; PHI KAPPA PSI; Phi Eta 

Sigma; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Commerce Honors Pro- 
gram (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 



ELY, RICHARD WILMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; CALHOUN; M.I.A. Executive 

Council (3); Student Senate (3); lllini Sportsman's Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

EMERY, BARBARA LARSON ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA XI DELTA; 

Junior Panhellenic (1); Angel Flight (1, 2, 3); Student National Education Association 

(3). 

EMERY, JOHN CLYDE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Industrial Administration; THETA XI; Air Force 

ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Flying lllini (1, 2); Society for 
the Advancement of Management (4). 



ENG, GARY THOMAS ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Economics; NEWMAN, House President {3, 

4); Campus Chest (3); Newman Foundation Executive Council (2); lllini Guide (2, 3, 
4); Commerce Honors Program (2, 3). 

ENGELBRECHT, ARTHUR LEE HENRY; B.S. in Vocational Agriculture; Agricultural Education 

Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2). 

ENGLAND, LINDA DIANE DECATUR; B.S. in Music Education; BUSEY; Mu Phi Epsilon; 

University Choir (3); University Chorus (2). 



ENGLISH, JOHN WESLEY, JR BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PHI KAPPA 

PSI; Student Senate (2); Society of General Engineers (1, 2); Young Republicans Club 

(4). 

ENNETT, BEATRICE ELIZABETH ROCKFORD; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; lllini Union Committee Member (3); Star Course Manager (1, 2); Junior 
Panhellenic (1); lllini Guide (4). 

ENNIS, PAMELA MARTIN WILMETTE; B.S. in Physical Education; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Orchesis (2, 3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3). 



EPLEY, RICHARD JESS PANA; B.S. in Animal Science; KAMPUS KNIGHTS; Agricultural 

Judging Team (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EPSTEIN, BARBARA SCHARMAIN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies: 

ARBOR SUITES; Student Musicals (3); Spanish Club (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (I, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

EPSTEIN, FAYE EILENE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped Children; 

ARBOR SUITES; Alpha Lembda Delta; lllini Guide (3); A.C.E. (4); Young Demociats 
Club (4); James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key 
(3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; University Chorus (1); James 
Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (I. 2); Activity Honorary (2), Navy Pier. 

EPSTEIN, JON DAVID CHESTER; B.S. in Commerce and Law; ZETA BETA TAU; Sachem, 

President (3); lllini Union Review Board (3); lllini Union Program Board (3); Mlini 
Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee- Chairman (2); Major Chairman 
of lllini Union Committee (2); Department Head (3); Student Senate (2); lllini Guide 
(3); IM Rec Board (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Association of U. S. Army (3, *)i 
Young Democrats Club (2, 3). 

ERLICH, RICHARD DEE SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PI LAMBDA I'HI; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Plii Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alph» Mu; Juiiior Inttrfratcrnity Council (1)( 
Young Democrats Club (4); L.A.S. Honors Program (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

ERIINGER, LARRY LELAND O'FALLON; B.S. in Anim.il Science; PENNSYIVANIA AVENUE 

KISiniNft; Hoof and Horn Club (4). 



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ERWIN, CAROL JEAN A/IATTOON; B.S. in Home Economics; DELTA ZETA; Gamma Alpha 

Chi; Star Course Manager (1). 

ESCHNER, RICHARD WILLIAM WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

ALPHA RHO CHI; A. I. A. (I, 2, 3, 4, 5); University of Wisconsin. 

ESMOND, CHERYL WASSMUNDT WHEATON; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; CHI OMEGA; 

mini Union Committee- Chairman (3, 4); Junior Panhellenic (2); Pompons (2); Student 
Musicals (2); Christian Science Executive Council (3, 4), President (4); Honors Day 
(3); Principia College. 



ESMOND, JACK BAILEY OTTAWA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA CHI; Pi Tau 

Sigma; Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EVANS, ALLAN ROBERT ROBERTS; B.S. in Engineering Physics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Society 
of American Military Engineers (2); Physics Society (2, 3, 4), Pre-sident (4); Society 
of General Engineers (1); Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

EVANS, KAREN JEANNE DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; DELTA 

ZETA; Shorter Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Crew (1); Student National Education Association (4); James 
Scholar (1, 3, 4). 



EVANS, MARGARET CAROL HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Teaching of Social Science; ALLEN; 

Student Senate (3); lllini Guide (3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron (3); MacMurray College. 

EVANS, MARY LEE DECATUR; B.S. in Speech Correction; DELTA ZETA; Zeta Phi Eta; 

University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (4), Chairman (4); lllini Speech Correction 
Association 12, 3, 4). 

EVANS, MYRNA TAMARA SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; IOTA ALPHA PI, House 

President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Day (1, 2). 



EVANS, TIMOTHY CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; WESTON. 

EVINS, WARREN HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

Alpha Phi Omega; M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (1); Maior Committee of Student Senate 
(4); Football Manager (2); Air Force ROTC, First Sergeant; American Chemical So- 
ciety (2, 3, 4); L.A.S. College Honors Program (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

EWERT, LAWRENCE DONALD ELGIN; B.S. 

RESIDENCE, House President (3); Th. 



in L.A.S., Psychology; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 
Daily lllini (3, 4); Student Senate (2, 3). 



EYBEL, CARL EUGENE PANA; B.S. in L.A.S. , Chemistry; GARNER, House President (3); 

Tomahawk; Omega Beta Pi; M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); University Chorus (4); 
American Chemical Society (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

FAGEl, SORREL ELLIS GLENCOE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA EPSILON PI; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union 
Committee Chairman (2); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); Campus Chest (1); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (I); Student Senate (2); Freshman Seminar (1); llligreek (3); Arnold Air 
Society (2); James Scholar (1). 

FAHEY, JUDY JOYCE DUNDEE; B.S. in Elementary Education; St. Xavier College. 



FAHEY, THOMAS EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; EVANS SCHOLARS; The 

Daily lllini (1); Army R.O.T.C., First Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3); Zeta Sigma 
Alpha (3, 4). 

FAHNESTOCK, STEPHEN RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

FANTHORPE, ROBERT JOHN KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC. Lieutenant Colonel; Bradley University. 



FARLEY, JUDITH CRYSTAL PRINCETON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALPHA 

GAMMA DELTA. 

FARRELL, ROBERT EDWARD SKOKIE; B.S. in Advertising; PHI KAPPA THETA; Skull and 

Crescent; Alpha Delta Sigma; University Theatre Cast (4); Student Musicals (3, 4); 
Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Association of U. S. Army (3, 4); Marketing Club (2). 

FAUST, GARY LEE URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Union Committee Member (2); 

lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); Marching lllini (1, 2); Second Regimental Band 
(I, 2); Marketing Club (2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 



FAUST, STEPHEN ARMON WILMETTE; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; PHI KAPPA TAU; James 

Scholar (I). 

FEARS, LARRY DOUGLAS EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Marketing; BETA THETA PI; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Sachem; Alpha Delta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; The ILLIO (2, 3, 4), Associate 
Editor (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Illinois 
Technograph (1); Marketing Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement (4). 

FEASTER, JANICE LYNN BUSHNELL; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3, 4), Editor (4); Campus Chest 
(2); Student National Education Association (1, 4); Young Republicans Club (I); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 



FEIFAR, WILLIAM FRANK CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS; lllini 

Guide (4, 5); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

FEINERMAN, JEFFREY SANFORD SKOKIE, B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Roose- 
velt University. 

FEINGOLD, RONALD SHERWIN LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Physical Education; TAU DELTA 

PHI; Phi Epsilon Kapp.^; Physical Education Majors Club (4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Football Letters (2, 3); Spring Carnival Committee 
Chairman (2); Honors Day (3), Navy Pier. 



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FEINSTEIN, HOWARD ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA EPSILON PI; 

Y.M.C.A. (3); Junior Interfraternify Council (2); Major Committee of Student Senate 
(2); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Marketing Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

FEIDBERG, ROSS SHELDON CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Freshman Seminar (I); German Club (3); N.A.A.C.P. (3); Young Democrats 
Club (4); International Brother-Sister Program (4); James Scholar (1 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 3). 

FELDMAN, STEVEN SOL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; lllini Guide (2, 3); Young 

Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); International Brother-Sister Program (2, 3). 

FEITY, DENNIS GUY CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA; 

Y.M.C.A. (2); Campus Chest (1, 3); Major Committee of Student Senate (I). 

FENNER, CAROL ANN CLARENDON HILLS; B.S in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Sigma Nu; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4); Education Honors 
Program; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

FENOGLIO, DAVID JOHN JOLIET; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; American Chemical Society (4); Joliet Junior College. 

FERBER, BARBARA LINCOLNWOOD; E.F.A. in Crafts; TAFT; lllini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); University Theatre Crew (2). 

FERGUSON, BEVERLY lYNNE PREEPORT; Bachelor of Music; Mu Phi Epsilon; University 

Choir (3, 4); University Chorus (3); Student Musicals (3); Southern Illinois University. 

FERRIE, WILLIAM ARNOLD MT. VERNON, OHIO; B.S. in Agricultural Industries; PENN- 

SYLVAisllA AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
lllini Guide (4); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Phi Chi Eta (3); Young Republicans 
Club (4). 

FEUERBACHER, NANCY JANE WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI; B.S. in Communications; 

KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Shorter Board; Theta Sigma Phi; lllini Union Program Board 
(4); lllini Union Committee Member (I, 2, 3, 4); lilini Union Committee Chairman 
(2, 3); Department Head (4); W.P.G.U. (1); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Pom- 
pons (I); WILL (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (2, 3); Homecoming Court (3); Honors 
Day (2, 3). 

FIGGE, BARBARA RUTH NORTHFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Slu- 

dent National Education Association (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Northern Illi- 
nois University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

FIGUEIRA, JOSEPH FRANKLIN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Engineering Physics; MEDEA, House 

President (4); Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; I.P.C. Photography Staff (I, 2); Illinois 
Technograph (I, 2); Physics Society (4); Young Republicans Club (4); James Scholar 
(4); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

FILE, DAVID MICHAEL EDWARDSVILLE; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Alpha Sigma 

Mu; M.I.A. Executive Council (2, 3); Army Drum and Bugle Corps (3, 4); M.I.S. (4); 
Honors Day (1). 

FINE, LOUIS RAYMOND CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; University Theatre Cast (4); University Theatre Crew (3); ROTC Band 
(I); Folk Song Club (2); Young Democrats Club (3). 

FINK, MICHAEL MARCUS EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Economics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE. 

FINKELSTEIN, STANLEY S NEWARK, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Economic Theory and Finance; 

ORCHARD DOWNS; Young Democrats Club (4). 

FINLEY, KENNETH ANDREW CHICAGO; B.S. in Personnel Management; SNYDER; Society 

for the Advancement of Management (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Wright Junior 
College. 

FINLEY, PAMELA SUE FREEPORT; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; BUSEY; Wacheta Sing (4); 

Sociology Club (3); State University of Iowa. 

FIRNHABER, SUSAN RAE TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Education; PALAMAR; Student National 

Education Associotion (3, 4); Blackburn College. 

FISCHER, BRUCE ELMER CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the- University of 
Illinois; Bowling League (1), Navy Pier. 

FISCHER, JENE SUSANN NEW ATHENS; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI OMEGA; 

University Theatre Crew (I, 2); Star Course Manager (1, 2). 

FITZGERALD, THOMAS JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN HALL; Ac- 
countancy Club (<t); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

FITZPATRICK, FRANCES ELLEN CUSTER PARK; B.S. in Marketing; PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 

NUE RESIDENCE; University Theatre Crew (2); Commerce Council (2, 3, 4); Marketing 
Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (2); Illinois State University. 

FLACK, WILLIAM WALLACE RIO; B.S. in Animal Science; Hoof and Horn Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

FLANZER, DENNIS JAY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; Navy Pier Extension of 

till- University of Illinois. 

FLEMING, JOSEPH EDGAR FAIRFIELD; B.S. in Communications; WESION; Wa-Na-Sce; 

|j«.-ll.i Sigma Pi; Sigma Delta Chi; The- Daily lllini (2, 3); W.P.G.U, (2, 3, 4, 5); WILL 
'3, 4, 5); Society for Ihc Advancement of Management (4) 

FlYNN, DAVID JOHN LANSING; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Army ROTC, First lieutenant; Army Drum and Buqli^ Corps (1, 2); I.E.E.E. 
(3, 4); Society of Gent-rnl Engineers (I). 



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1965 



FOCKLER, ANN ELIZABETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); 
Star Course Manager (I, 2); Home Economics Council (3); Honors Day (1). 

FOLIAS, ROBERT LYNN SYLVANIA, OHIO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; CAMPUS 

VIEW, House President (4); NROTC, Ensign; Trident (3, 4); Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management (3, 4). 

FORD, BARBARA JANE SAGINAW, MICHIGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; James Scholar (], 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



FORDEN, LARRY BYRON MACON; B.S. in Forestry; WESTON; Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant 

Colonel; Illinois Foresters (I, 2, 3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club {2, 3). 

FORNANGO, JAMES PEARCE JOLIET; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Jazz Band (I); I.E.E.E. (2, 3); Jame-s Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 

FORSGREN, JANET V CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; DELTA GAMMA; 

Colorado College. 



FORSTER, MICHAEL JAMES DEKALB; B.S. in Agronomy; ORCHARD DOWNS, House 

President (4); Field and Furrow (4). 

FORT, PATRICIA ANN STREATOR; B.S. in Music Education; ARBOR SUITES; Mu Phi 

Epsilon; Concert Band (I, 2, 3, 4); University Orchestra (3); Chamber Orchestra (3); 
University Wind Ensemble (4). 

FOSTER, DOUGLAS FRANK URBANA; B.S. in Marketing; ACACIA; Skull and Crescent; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Golf, Captain (4), Varsity Squad 
(2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4). 



B.S. in Horticulture; Agriculture Honors Program 



FOUTS, RONALD EDGAR MENDOTA; 

(I, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

FOX, DAVID MICHAEL MONTICELLO; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT, President (4); Ma- 
Wan-Da; Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Tomahawk; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Student Senate 
(3); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); Concert Band (2, 3); Marching lllini (I, 2, 
3); Setond Regimental Band (1); lllini Guide (2, 3, 4); Accountancy Club (I); Society 
for the Advancement of Management (1); Student Musicals (3, 4); N.S.A. Delegate 
(4); Commerce Honors Program (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2). 

FOX, KENNETH IAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Food Science; ALWAYS INN, House President 

(4); Association of Food Technologists (3, 4); German Club (2); Southeast Junior 
College. 

FOX, RITA LOU SPARTA; B.F.A. in Art Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Member (I, 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3); Campus Chest 
(I); Junior Panhellenic (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Student National Art Educa- 
tion Association (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Honors Day (2). 

FRALICK, GUSTAVE CLARENCE LIBERTYVILLE; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Sigma Tau; 

Physics Society (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

FRANCIS, THOMAS LEE QUINCY; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; TRIANGLE; Star and Scroll; 

Keramos, The ILLIO (1, 2); American Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4); James Scholar 
(I, 2, 4); Honors Day (1). 



FRANK, THEODORE WILLIAM FREEPORT; 

Day 0). 



B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; THETA XI; Honors 
in Civil Engineering; CHI PHI; A.S.C.E. (4); 



FRANTZ, PETER JEFFREY LINCOLN; B.S. 

I.T.E. (5). 

ERASE, ROBERT CARL ROCK ISLAND; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TAU KAPPA EP- 
SILON; Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of lllini (3, 4); Fencing, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



ERASER, JEAN EVELYN CARPENTERSVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Ripon College. 

ERASER, WILLIAM THOMAS OAK BROOK; B.S. in General Engineering; DELTA UPSILON 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi, President (4); Army ROTC, Captain 
Pershing Rifles (I, 2, 3, 4); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); German Club (I) 
Society of General Engineers (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Engineering Honors Program (2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

FRAZIER, PAMELA CHARLESTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H HOUSE; Alpha Chron; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committe-e Chairman (2); University 
Place Christian Executive Council (1); lllini Guide (3); James Scholar (1, 3). 



FRAZIER, STEPHEN RICHARD EVANSTON; B.F.A. m Industrial Design; ANCHORAGE 

HOUSE; Saint Benedict's College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Football (I, 2); Track (3); Pier Playhouse (1), Navy Pier. 

FRECKMANN, JACK HAROLD CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; SIGMA ALPHA 

EPSILON; Student Musicals (3, 4); U. of I. Scuba Club (2). 

FREDERKING, POLLY JO NASHVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; STRATFORD HOUSE; 

Gamma Alpha Chi; Home Economics Club (I, 4); Marketing Club (2); Honors Day (3). 




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1965 



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FREED, NINA SKOKIE; A.B, in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ARBOR SUITES; Student 

National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (4). 

FREEDENBERG, PAUL MICHAEL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; GARNER; Navy Pier 

Extension of tfie University of Illinois; Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

FRIEDMAN, ALAN BARRY JOLIET; B.S. in Accountancy; ZETA BETA TAU; Sachem; lllini 

Union Committee Member (I); lllini Union Committee Chairman (1); Major Chairman 
of lllini Committee (2, 3). 

FREEDMAN, ROBERTA EPHRON PARK FOREST; S.S. in Social Studies Education; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Univer- 
sity of Illinois Scholarsfiip Key (3). 

FREEMAN, HOLLY GAY ELMV>/OOD PARK; B.F.A. in Music Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Mu Phi Epsilon; University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus (2); Ora- 
torio Society (1); Chamber Choir (3); WILL (2, 3, 4); College Honors Program; Honors 
Day (2). 

FREEMAN, HUGH MICHAEL DANVILLE; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; BRANDOLIER; 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (1, 2, 4). 

FREEMAN, MARSHA JAN BENSENVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Pan- 

hellenic Executive Council (3); Commerce College Honors Program (2); James Scholar 
(I, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 

FREEMAN, MICHAEL LAWRENCE CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; Gargoyle; Scarab; A. I. A. (3). 

FREEMAN, RAYMOND FOSTER WESTERN SPRINGS; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; The Daily 

lllini (2); L.A.S. Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

FREESE, EUGENE HENRY EAST DUBUQUE; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN; The Daily 

lllini (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Campus Chest (3, 4); lllini Guide (3); Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Accountancy Club {1, 2, 4); Finance Club (3); Rifle and Pistol Club (3); 
Young Democrats Club (4). 

FRERICHS, CONSTANCE ONARGA; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; University Theatre Crew^ (1, 

2); Young Republicans Club (1). 

FRERICHS, ROBERT DEAN OILMAN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Air Force ROTC, Cadet 

Colonel; A.S.C.E. (2); Honors Day (1). 

FREY, STEPHEN SHERWIN BUFFALO, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., History; PHI EPSILON 

PI; lllini Guide (3). 

FRIEDMAN, FAY RUTH ELKHART, INDIANA; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; ARBOR SUITES. 

FRIEDMAN, MARK PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PI LAMBDA PHI; Student Musicals 

(3, 4); lllini Guide (3); Marketing Club (3, 4). 

FRIEDMAN, MICHELE BARI CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; VAN DOREN. 

FRIEDMAN, RICHARD SAMUEL GLENCOE; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; TAU DELTA 

PHI; Pi Sigma Alpha; W.P.G.U. (I, 2, 3, 4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2); Student 

Senate (1); lllini Guide (2); Folk Song Club (1, 2, 3); Pre-Law Club (3); Young Demo- 
crats Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

FRIESEN, PAUL FRANK GLENVIEW; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA RHO CHI; lllini 

Guide (2, 3, 4); A.I.A. (2, 3, 4). 

FRITZSCHE, DAVID JEROME WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Industrial Administration; Alpha Eta 

Rho; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); University Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2, 
3, 4); Army ROTC, Cadet Major; Marketing Club (4); Society for the Advancement of 
Management (3, 4}. 

FRIZANE, KENNETH LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Wright 

Junior College. 

FROBISH; HAROLD JAMES FLANAGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; SIGMA PI; Skull and 

Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Campus Chest (2, 3, 4), President (4); Campus Chest Alloca- 
tions and Advisory Board (2, 3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Program (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 
3); Honors Day (1). 

FROMBERGER, JAMES FRANKLIN MOUNT PROSPECT; B.S. in Management; PENNSYL 

VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Captain; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management (4). 

FROST, JOHN JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronaulical Engineering; 

ALPHA DELTA PHI, House President (3); The ILLIO (I); Junior Interfraternity Council 
(1); Frtslimon Seminar (1); Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel. 

FROST, JOSEPH MICHAEL WORTH; B.S. in Animal Science; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Oglesby Junior College. 



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FRUCHTER, JOSEPH ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Commerce Honors Program (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Commerce Club (1); Honors Day (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

FRUH, JON lYLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club (2, 3, 4); Rifle and Pistol 

Club (4). 

FRY, KAREN LOUISE FLORA; B.S. in Physical Education; Torch; W.S.A. Board (2, 3), 

Chairman (3); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Illinois Association tor 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation (4). 



FULLMAN, RAYMOND DONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; BASTILLE; M.I.A. 

Executive Council (3). 

FULTS, CAROLYN ANN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Mathematics Education; DELTA GAMMA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (3); Greek Week Committee (3); University of Wis- 
consin. 

GADY, RICHARD LYNN SADORUS; B.S. in Agricultural Science; DELTA PHI; S.N.I.B. (1, 2); 

interfraternity Ball Committee (1); Honors Day (1, 2). 



GAGERMAN, JEROME STUART CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PRAETORIANS; 

Astronomical Society (I); Folk Song Club (3); Spanish Club (3); Young Democrats 
Club (2). 

GAINES, SUSAN JOAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA 

TAU; Kappa Delta Pi; The Daily lllini (I); The ILLIO (1); University Theatre Crew 
(1, 2); Campus Chest (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (I). 

GALBREATH, VIRGINIA LOUISE DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; TAFT; Wesley 

Student Coujicil (4); Millikin University 



GALIGER, JOHN GERALD LAKE VILLA; A.B. in L.A.S., History; WESTON, House 

President (2); Young Democrats Club (1). 

GALINKIN, LAWRENCE EARL DECATUR; B.S. m Economics; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Delta Sigma Pi; Praetorians. 

GALKIN, NETTIE SUE ST. LOUlS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Elementary Education; Arbor Suites. 



GALLAY, HOWARD BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Baseball, Varsity Squad 

(2, 3), Freshman Squad (1); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Society of Construction Engineers (4); 
Society of General Engineers (1); Honors Day (3). 

GALLIK, MELODEE ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

W.S.A. Board (2, 3); Intramural Council (2, 3, 4); Freshman Seminar (1); Intramural 
Manager (2, 3, 4); Orchesis (I, 2). 



GANEK, DANIEL EDWARD LAGRANGE; 

RESIDENCE; Honors Day (1, 2). 



B.S. 



Engineering Physics; ILLINOIS STREET 



GALWAY, KATHLEEN MARIE CHRISMAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; ARBOR SUITES; Shorter 

Board; The ILLIO (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Member (1); L.A.S. Council (3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club (4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

GARCIA, MAURICIO BOGOTA, COLOMBIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E. (4); 

Colombian Students Association (3, 4), President (4); University of the Andes. 

GARDINER, ELIZABETH ANN DECATUR; B.S. in Elementary Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); Student National Education Association (3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club (4); Millikin University. , 



GARDNER, BERTRAM WALLACE, III LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Alpha 

Phi Omega; Lyons Township Junior College. 

GARMAN, DENISE JILL SHANNON; B.S. in Elementary Education; SHERWOOD LODGE. 

GARMAN, GILL McWILLIAMS URBANA; B.S in L.A.S., Economics; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; 

lllini Unoin Cornniiltee Member (2, 3); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); Greek Week 
Committee (3); Young Democrats Club (1, 4). 



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OARMISA, WIlllAM JAY HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI EPSILON 

PI. 

GARROD, JUDITH ROASALIE WHEATON; B.S. in Honne Economics; PHILEA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club (1); Marketing Club {4). 

GASPARDO, LOUIS VICTOR CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Signna; Marketing Club (4); Commerce Honors Program (I); Honors 
Day (I, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GASPEREC, ROBERT STEVEN TINLEY PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., German; German Language 

Club (4); Russian Language Club (4); Illinois Institute of Technology. 

GATES, lELAND WALTER CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Agriculture Science; Hoof and Horn Club 

(I, 2, 3, 4). 

GATES, MARKLAND THAYER TUSCOLA; B.S. in Agricultural Science; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Fencing, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter (3), Freshman Squad (I); 
Field and Furrows (4). 



GEDELMAN, MARY ELLEN . . . . MELVIN; B.S. in Home Economics; THE MANSION; Freshman 
Seminar (1); lllini Guide (2). 

GEE, JACQUELINE LOU DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA PHI; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Panhellenic (I); University Choir (1); 
Oratorio Society (2); Greek Week Committee (3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (2, 3). 

GEHIBACH, DONALD DUANE LINCOLN; B.S. in Agriculture; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; lllini 

Union Committee Member (I, 2); Plow/boy Prom Committee (1, 2); Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club (1, 2, 3); Hoof and Horn Club (4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

GEISE, THEODORE EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

I.E.E.E. (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GEISER, BARBARA ANN FREEPORT; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA, 

President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; The ILLIO (2, 3); Campus Chest 
(2); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 

GEMAN, DONALD JAY HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., English; Columbia University. 

GENT, LINDA ANTONETTE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Music Education; LEEMAN LODGE, House 

President (4); Mu Phi Epsilon; University Theatre Cre-w (4); University Choir (3, 4); 
Women's Glee Club (3 4); Oratorio Society (2); Springfle-ld Junnior College. 

GENTRY, DONALD WILLIAM ALHAMBRA; B.S. in Mining Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Marching lllini (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second 
Regimental Band (I, 2); S.P.E, (1, 2, 3, 4); M.I.S. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GEPPINGER, CAROL LYNN HINSDALE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; CHI OMEGA; Mortar 

Board; Torch; lota Delta Pi; lllini Union Board (4); lllini Union Reviewr Board (3); lllini 
Union Program Board (3); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee 
Chairman (2); .Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (2); Department Head (3); 
Director (4); James Scholar (I, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

GERACI, VINCENT JOHN HARVEY; B.S. [n Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Eta Kappa Nu; Student Senate (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (4); Thornton Junior College. 

GERFEN, SUSAN VIRGINIA EVANSTON; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; ALPHA PHI, House President (4); University Theatre Crevi/ (I); lllini 
Guide (3). 

GERSON, MARSHA ESTHER CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (3); University Theatre Crew (3); Student National Education 
Association (3); Chicago Teacher's College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Pier Playhouse (I); Student Education Association (1); International Club (1), 
Navy Pier. 



GESKE, DELORES SUSAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Business Education; DELTA GAMMA; Phi Beta 

Lambda; lllini Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (1). 

GETZ, ELIZABETH ANNE PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., English; MANSION; lllini Guide (3); 

Young Republicans Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

GIESKE, MARY LOU ROCHELIE; B.S. in Music Education; PRESBY, House President (4); 

Alpha Chron; University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (1). 

GIESLER, LLOYD VINCENT PERU; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior 

College. 

GILBERT, LAURIE DALE HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Elementary Education; EVANS; Student Na- 

tion,il Education Association (3, 4); Illinois State University. 

GILBERT, SHEILA JANE SHAKER HEIGHTS, OHIO; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4); French Club (1); Young Democrats Club (2, 3). 

GILBERT, SHERWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Account.incy; PI LAMBDA PHI; Young Democrats 

ri.,b (3, 4). 

GILBY, BARBARA LEBANON, OHIO; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; Zola Phi Eta; 

W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2); Delta Sigma Omicron (I, 2); lllini Speech Correction 
Attociation (3 4). 

OILKERSON, BARBARA ANN PEORIA; B.F.A. in Painting; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; lllini 

Union f omiiiittfc Member (I, 2); Star Course Manaoor (1, 2); Women's Gloo Club 
(1, 2j; StcKlfMt Mu',ifnl« (2); Botes SrhoUr (3, 4). 




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GILMORE, WILMA JEAN GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped Chil- 
dren; ALPHA PHI; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); lllini Union Committee 
Chairman (I, 2); Campus Chest (I); Honors Day (I). 

GINSBURG, CAROL JOAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; lllini Guide (3); Student National Education Association (4); Young Demo- 
crats Club (4). 

GLADDING, GARY EARLE . . . URBANA; B.S. in Engineering Physics; SIGMA NU; Skull and 

Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Mu; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (3); 
Freshman Seminar (1); Physics Society (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 



GLADSTONE, SANORA YVONNE WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Social Studies; 

PHI SIGMA SIGMA; N.A.A.C.P. (4); Young Democrats Club (4); American University. 

GLANCEY, KATHLEEN JOAN ROCK ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALLEN; lllini 

Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (1). 

GLASER, BARRY RONALD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; SCOTT, House President (4); 

lllini Guide (2, 3, 4). 

GLASGOW, LOUIS CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALPHA CHI SIGMA; 

Honors Day (1). 

GLASHAGEL, JERRY GORDON LAGRANGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; SIGMA NU; Ma- 
Wan-Da; Wa-Na-See, President (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3); United Chris- 
tian Fellowship Executive Council (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

GLAZEBROOK, MARION EUGENE SULLIVAN; B.S. in Recreation; CHI PSI, House President 

(4); Board of Fraternity Affairs (4); Football, Varsity Squad (2); Freshman Squad (I); 
lllini Guide (3); American Recreational Society (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

GLEASON, JAMES MICHAEL EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Management; Arnold Air Society 

(2); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 

GLEASON, NANCY KAY WAUCONDA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; SHER- 
WOOD LODGE; Campus Chest (3). 

GLENNON, MARTHA GALE ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., English; GAMMA PHI BETA; Torch; 

The ILLIO (2, 3); Women's Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 

GOEDE, WILMA MAXINE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Elementary Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

The Daily lllini (2, 4); lllini Union Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (4); A.C.E. 
(4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

GOERINGER, CAROL ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English Literature; PALAMAR; Honors 

Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Biology Club (1), Navy Pier. 

GOLBUS, RONALD JAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARMORY HOUSE; Omega 

Beta Pi; Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GOLD, WILLIAM SHELDON CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Army ROTC, First LieutenanI; Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3); 
Scabbard and Blade (4); Rifle and Pistol Club (4); Karate Club (4); Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois. 

GOLDBERG, SHERWIN DAVID CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Marketing Club (3, 4); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GOLDEN, NANCY ELYSE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education of the Deaf; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; lllini Guide (4); Deaf Education Students Club (4); Honors Day (2); James 
Scholar (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Cheerleader (1); Spring 
Queen (1); University Dance Committee (I); Orchesis (1); Activities Honorary (1), Navy 
Pier. 

GOLDMAN, STEVEN ARTHUR ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI, House President (3); Alpha Delta Sigma; lllini Union Committee Member (1); 
lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1). 

GOLDSCHMIDT, HANNA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALLEN, 

House President (3, 4); lllini Guide (2, 3, 4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (1); Honors Day 
(2). 

GOLDSMITH, BEVERLY RAE .... LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA 
DELTA TAU; Kappa Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre 
Crew (I); Campus Chest (1); Panhellenic Executive Council (3); Honors Day (3). 



GOLDSTEIN, JOHN CECIL LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO; A.B. in L.A.S., Physics; Honors 

Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key {3). 

GOLDSTEIN, MICHAEL LEON CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (1, 2, 3); Student Musicals (3); T.V. Workshops (3, 4); Young 
Democrats Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3). 

GOLDSTEIN, SUSANNE LYNN EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARBOR SUITES; 

Guide (2); Honors Day (2, 3). 




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of study merely by his costume. This is represented by the color of the 
tassel such as white for Arts, Letters, Humanities; light blue for Edu- 
cation and orange for Engineering. 



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GOLDSTINE, CAROL ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA EPSILON PHI; 

lllini Union Committee Chairman (1, 2); Campus Chest (1); A.C.E. (4). 

GOLEASH, JOSEPH JOHN, JR SPRINGFIELD; B.S. m Personnel; BETA THETA PI, House 

President (4); Ma-Wan-Da, President (4); Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Delta Sigma Pi; 
Star Course Manager (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Student Senate (1, 2, 3); Major Committee of 
Student Senate (2); Freshman Seminar (1); James Scholar (1); Honors Day (1). 

GOIEMBO, LESLIE IRWIN SKOKIE; B.S. in Advertising; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; Marketing Club (4); Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

GOLSON, WILLIAM MARTIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Account- 
ancy Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2). 

GOOD, RAYMOND BERNARD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; GARNER, House 

President (2, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4). 

GOOD, THOMAS LINDALL OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; 

PHI KAPPA TAU; Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Star and Scroll; lota Delta Pi; lllini Union 
Board (4); lllini Union Program Board (3); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini 
Union Committee Chairman (2, 3); Department Head (3); Director (4); President of 
lllini Union (4); Campus Chest (I). 



GOODMAN, GENE WALTER MT. VERNON, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Astronomy; Astro- 
nomical Society (4); Folk Song Club (4); Clarkson College of Technology. 

GOPON, LEON MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Education; Chi Gamma lota; Alpha 

Eta Rho, President (3); Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Honors Day (3, 4); North- 
western University. 

GOSENPUD, JERRY JAY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ARMORY; Omega Beta Pi; 

American Chemical Society (2, 3). 

GOTCH, SHARON ANN STREATOR; B.S. in Elementary Education; PALAMAR, House Presi- 
dent (4); Student Senate (2); Student National Education .Association (4); Young Re- 
publicans Club (4); Sociology Club (3); Illinois State University. 

GOTTLIEB, JEFFREY HOWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GOULDING, ROBERT EDWARD ALTON; A.B. in Finance; SIGMA CHI; Golf, Letter (2, 3), 

Freshman Squad (!)■ 

GRABER, JANICE lYNNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; SIGMA 

DELTA TAU; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman 
(2); University Theatre Crew/ (2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Pompons (I); llligreek (2); 
Greek Week Committee (2). 

GRABOWSKI, MARGARET BERNICE CHICAGO; B.S. in Home Economics; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (4); lllini Guide (4); Honors Day (2); Wright Junior College. 

GRAD, GARY JORDAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ZETA BETA TAU; Sachem; 

Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; Campus Chest (2); Student Senate (2); Major Com- 
mittee of Student Senate (3); Freshman Seminar (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day {!); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GRAHAM, JAMES HARRISON BROOKLYN, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Physical Education; Phi 

Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Football (2); Track (1, 2); Activities Honorary (2); Madrigal 
Singer (1, 2), President (2); Chamber Choir (I, 2), President (2); Concert Choir (1, 2), 
President (2), Navy Pier. 

GRAHAM, JUDITH ANN DANVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Greek Week Committee (3); Illinois State University. 

GRAHAM, RICHARD FRANCIS MORRIS; B.S. in I.A.S., Zoology; Omega Beta Pi; Young 

Republicans Club (3, 4). 

GRANFIELD, MICHAEL EDWARD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE, House President (3); Intramural Council (3, 4); lllini Guide (4); Com- 
mi-rce Honors PrograrTi (2, 3); St. Mary's Colleqe. 

GRANRUDE, JOHN LEIF SHELDON: A.B. in L.A.S., History; Omega Beta Pi; Phi Alpha 

Theta; The Daily lllini (3, 4); lllini Union Committee Member (4); lllini Union Com- 
mittee Chairman (4); Major Committee of Student Senate (4); Football, Freshman Squad 
(1); First Regimental Bond (1); Air Force Glee Club (1); L.A.S. Council (3, 4); Army 
Drum and Bugle Corps (2); Folk Sontj Club (2, 3); German Club (1, 2); Young Demo- 
crats Club (1); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Program (2, 3)( 
Honors Day (2). 

GRASSI, BEVERLY JOYCE CICERO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA OMICRON Plj 

lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Greek Week Conimittcc (2); Student National 
Education Association (4); Morton Junior College. 



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GRAY, ADRIENNE MERLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU, 

The Daily lllini (1); University Theatre Crew (2); Cannpus Chest (I); Junior Panhellenic 
(1); Young Republicans Club (2). 

GRAY, SANDRA lAMAR .... CLEVELAND, OHIO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; N.A.A.C.P. (4;) 
Cosmopolitan Club (3); Western College. 

GREANIAS, JOHN KENNETH DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; TAU KAPPA EP- 

SILON; Skull and Crescent; The ILLIO (1, 2, 3); lllini Guide (3). 

GREBLIUNAS, NADINE LORETTA EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SHERW/OOD; 

Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

GRECO, CHARLOTTE EILEEN LAGRANGE PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; Mortar Board; Shi-Ai; Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. 
(4); United Christian Fellowship Foundation Executive Council (3); Greek W/eek Com- 
mittee (1); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GREELEY, RICHARD HARRY AURORA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Track, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); 

Young Republicans Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



GREEN, CAROL VIRGINIA CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA; B.F.A. in Art Education; 

ZETA TAU ALPHA, House President (3); Shi-Ai; Junior Panhellenic (1); Panhellenic 

Executive Council (3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); Angel Flight (3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

GREEN, JUDITH GERALDINE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Engilsh; TAFT; 

Honors Day (1, 3). 

GREEN, MARY GAY CHEBANSE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Second Regimental Band (1, 2); N A.A.C.P. (3); Young Democrats Club (2). 

GREEN, ROBERT DANIEL ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; North Texas State University. 

GREENBERG, MIRIAM SUE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Biology; SIGMA DELTA TAU, 

House President (4); Shi-Ai; Terrapin (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3). 

GREENSPAN, RICHARD RALPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administration; ORCHARD 

DOWNS; Marketing Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

GREENSTEIN, ROBERT CARL CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Carleton College. 

GREENWALD, EDWARD JAMES MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Swimming, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman Squad (I); Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); L.A.S. 
Honors Program (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

GREGG, JON MANN LAWRENCEVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Beta 

Alpha Psi; I.P.C. board (3, 4); Army ROTC, First Sergeant; Association of U. S. Army 
(3); Glider Club (1); Young Republicans Club (I); Commerce Honors Program (2, 3, 4); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Universiiy of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 



GREGORY, GAIL RIVERS NEW LENOX; B.S. in L.A.S. , Chemistry; EVANS; lota Sigma 

Pi; University Chorus (1); Honors Day (I). 

GREGORY, SANDRA SUE PLANO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PALAMAR; Student Na- 
tional Education Association (4); Illinois State University. 

GRESENS, HENRY LOUIS LLOYD TOLEDO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; A.S.M.E. (5); S.A.E. (3, 4, 5). 

GRESENS, SUSAN ARLENE PALOS HEIGHTS; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; DELTA 

GAMMA; Phi Beta Lambda; The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); 
University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1); Campus Chest (1, 2); Greek 
Week Committee (2); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

GRIDER, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; HOPKINS; 

A.S.C.E. (3, 4), President (4); Navy Pier Extension of the Universtiy of Illinois. 

GRIESER, GERALD GENE FLANAGAN; B.S. in Agriculture Industries; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; S.N.I.B. (4); Agricultural Mechanics Club (4); Illinois State 
University. 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR LOMBARD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (4). 

GRIGSBY, RAYMOND OWEN HOMEWOOD; B.S. in Economics; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; 

Dolphins (1); Marketing Club (3); Commerce Honors Program (2); Honors Day (2). 

GROBLE, ROBERT EDWARD BARRINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Omega Beta Pi; Young Republicans Club 
(2, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 



GROCHOWIAK, BERNADETTE A CHICAGO; 

tension of the University of Illinois. 



GROM, 



B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Navy Pier Ex- 
ILLINOIS STREET 



NORBERT ALBANY, NEW YORK; B.S. in Civil Engineering 

RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Major; A.S.C.E. (2, 3). 



GRONOWSKI, FRANK LOUIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.F.S. (2); 

A.S.M.E. (3, 41; Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
A.F.S. (1); A.S.M.E. (1), Navy Pier. 



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GROOBMAN, ANDREA MICHELLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA 

SIGMA; The Daily lllini (1); University Theatre Crew (2); Campus Chest (3); W.P.G.U. 
(1); lllini Guide (3); Young Democrats Club (3). 

GROSS, INGRID HANNELORE CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; Alpha Sigma Nu; 

Physical Education Majors Club (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Physcial Education Majors Club (2); Women's Athletic Association (2); Activities Hon- 
orary, Navy Pier. 



GROSS, ROSALIE 



COLCHESTER; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE. 



GROSSMAN, FRANKLIN BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; WESTON; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Ometa Beta Pi; Marching lllini (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental 
Band (2, 3, 4); Second Regimental Band (1); lllini Sportsman's Club (2, 3); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

GROTEWOLD, MARY MARGARET FRANKFORT; B.S. in Medical Art; DELTA ZETA. 

GRUCA, NED JOSEPH DANVILLE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SIGMA PI; A.F.S. (2). 

GRYN, RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; GARNER; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois; Varsity Football (2), Navy Pier. 

GRZELEWSKI, ROBERT ARTHUR GLEN ELLYN; B.F.A. in Industrial Design; ALPHA RHO 

CHI. 

GURVITZ, JEFF CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; PRAETORIANS; Sachem; lllini Union 

Program Board (2); M.I. A. Executive Council (I); lllini Guide (3); Army ROTC, First 
Lieutenant; Society for the Advancement of Management (3); Young Democrats Club 
(3, 4). 



GUSSE, SARA RUTH DIXON; B.S. in Home Economics; 4-H HOUSE; Phi Upsilon Omicron, 

President (4); S.N.I.B. (2, 3); Home Economics Council (4); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(3); Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Home Economics Honors Program (3); Honors 
Day (3); North Central College. 

GUSTAFSON, BRUCE WAYNE PEKIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SNYDER, House 

President (4); Tomahaw/k; Golf, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); Honors Day (1). 

GUSTAFSON, RODNEY JOHN GALESBURG; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); Folk 

Song Club (3, 4). 

GUTOF, DALE MARLENE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; lllini Forensic Union (3); Student Educa- 
tion Association (2, 3); Pi Kappa Delta; Activities Honorary, Navy Pier. 

GVIRTZ, LENORA PAULA DENVER, COLORADO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; 

IOTA ALPHA PI; Zeta Phi Eta, President (4); University Theatre Cast (3, 4); Univer- 
sity Theatre Crew (2); Campus Chest (1); WILL (4); lllini Readers (2, 4). 

HAACK, GERALD ROGER CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Marketing; PHI KAPPA PSI; Market- 
ing Club (4). 

HABERMAN, BERNARD HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); Young Democrats 
Club (4); Wright Junior College. 

HACKETT, DENNIS GENE TUSCOLA; B.S. in Agricultural Education; B.S. in Agricultural 

Economics; ALPHA GAMMA RHO, House President (4); Sachem; Alpha Zeta; Gamma 
Sigma Delta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Junior Interfraternity Council (1), Advisor (3); Inter- 
fraternity Executive Council (3); Board of Fraternity Affairs (3); lllini Guide (4); Plow- 
boy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4). 

HAFENRICHTER, DALMAN RAY OSWEGO; B.S. in Music Education; Concert Band (2, 3); 

Marching lllini (I, 2, 3); First Regimental Band (1, 2); Wind Ensemble (3); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 

HAFSTROM, KAREN JHAIN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Marketing; TAFT; Marketing Club (4). 

HAGE, ROGER ALAN WHEELING; Bachelor of Architecture; NROTC, Midshipman Lieuten- 
ant; Navy Council (4); Trident (3, 4); A.I.A. (2); NROTC Drill Team (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HAGEN, JOYCE ALICE AURORA; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALPHA PHI; Western Illinois 

University. 



HAHN, GERALD EUGENE METAMORA; B.S. in Industrial Education; Industrial Education 

Society (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Student National Education Association (2, 3, 4). 

HAHN, ROBERT JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; lllini Union Committee Member (3); 

M,irkeling Club (3, 4). 

HAIDUK, JAMES DOMINIC OAK LAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SNYDER. 

HALBESMA, BETTY YORKVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES; lllini Union Com- 

milloc Member (3); lllini Guide (2); Sludenl National Education Association (4). 

HAILEN, RITVA HELEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; TAFT; Student National 

Edi;c.)lion Association (4); Young Republicans Club !4); Augustana College. 

HAIPERN, MICHAEL ROY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoolooy; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Praetorians; Omega Beta Pi; James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 




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1965 



HALPIN, JUDY GAIl CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; ARBOR SUITES; lllini Guide (3); 

Young Democrats Club (2); Honors Day (2). 

HAAAAIIAN, SHERRIE ELIZABETH BARRINGTON; B.S. in Communications; KAPPA DELTA; 

Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily lllini (I); University Theatre Crew (1, 3); Campus Chest 
(2); Pompons (1); Greek Week Committee (1). 

HAMBURGER, MARILYN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Young Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (2). 

HAMILTON, ROBERT LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; HOPKINS; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois; Pershing Rifles {2, 3), Navy Pier. 

HAMM, NANCY CAROL SHELDON; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Mortar 

Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; lota Delta Pi; lllini Union Board (4); lllini Union Program Board 
(3); lllini Union Committe-e Member (1), lllini Union Committee Chairman (1); Major 
Chairman of lllini Union Committee (2); Department Head (3); Director (4); University 
Theatre Crew (I); Junior Panhellenic (I); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee 
(2); Greek Week Committee (1); Folk Song Club (4); Honors Day (1). 

HAMMERS, ARVID CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois. 

HAMMONS, JIM EARL GOREE, TEXAS; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; A. I. I.E. (3, 4); Uni- 
versity of New Mexico; San Bernardino Valley College. 

HAMPTON, BETTY LOU ELGIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; LEEMAN; lllini Guide (3, 4). 

HAMPTON, CIO ANN HARVARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; BUSEY; Phi Beta Lambda; lllini 

Union Committee Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Ski Club (3, 4); Drake University. 

HAMPTON, JOSEPH L WINDSOR; B.S. in Agriculture Education; NABOR; Tomahawk; Alpha 

Tau Alpha; Agricultural Council (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (I, 2, 3); Sno-Ball 
Committee (1, 2, 3); Agricultural Education Club (2, 3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3). 

HANCK, JOHN JOSEPH DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Omega Beta Pi. 

HANCOCK, DAVID RUSSELL GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Accountancy; DELTA CHI; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2, 3); Air Force ROTC, Captain. 

HANES, THOMAS PETER CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; SNYDER, House President (4); 

M.R.H.A. Ex3Cutive Council (4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); Marketing Club (4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of lllmois. 

HANFORD, MARY JOAN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA PHI; lllini 

Union Committee- Member (1); Campus Chest (1). 

HANKIN, MYRNA ROCHELLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (2); Anthropology Club (2); Spanish Club 
(3); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3). 

HANNA, EDWARD CRAIG ALEXIS; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SCOTT; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); 

I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4). 

HANSON, JUDITH RAE NORTHFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; SHERWOOD; lllini 

Speech Correction Association (4); Illinois State University. 

HARDESTY, LARRY VERNON SIBLEY; B.S. in Agricultural Mechanization; GRANADA CLUB; 

Agricultural Council (3); lllini Agricultural Mechanization Club (2, 3, 4). 

HARKNESS, JESSE ALAN WAGGONER; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Account- 
ancy Club (3). 

HARLES, MARYLOU MARTHA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; VAN DOREN; 

French Club (I); Wright Junior College. 

HARPER, TERRY ALLAN MONTICELLO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; Army Drum 

and Bugle Corps (2); A.I.Ch. E. (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2). 

HARRIS, JOSEPH GILBERT PEORIA HEIGHTS; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA DELTA PHI; 

Marketing Club (3); Soccer Club (2). 

HARRIS, LINDA LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA EPSILON PHI; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (2); Campus 
Chest (2); Student National Education Association (2); Honors Day (2, 3); Miami Uni- 
versity. 

HARRIS, TERRELL JAMES ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; Engineer- 
ing Council (3, 4); A.F.S. (2, 3); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (3); 
Honors Day (3). 







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1965 



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HARRISON, GERALD ALVIN AMBOY; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Econom 

ics Club (3, 4); University of Maryland; Northern Illinois University. 

HARRISON, WILLIAM FREDERICK QUINCY; B.S. in Marketing; Air Force ROTC, First 

Lieutenant. 

HARRISON, WILLIAM THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HARROLD, JACK DENNIS TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in Vocational Agriculture; SONS HOME; 

Agricultural Education Club (2, 3, 4); Field and Furrow (2, 3, 4). 

HARWOOD, JANICE PAMELA CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; IOTA ALPHA PI; The 

ILLIO (1, 2); mini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew/ 
(1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (2); Hillel Executive Council (I, 2, 3, 4); Student National 
Education Association (3, 4); National Art Education Association (3, 4). 

HATLEY, EARL LESLIE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Marketing; CLUB ESQUIRE; The Daily lllini (2). 

HAUMILIER, DOUGLAS LEE ELGIN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; GARNER; Alpha Delta 

Sigma. 

HAUSEMAN, DOUGLAS WINSTON NORTHBROOK; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI 

KAPPA TAU; Men's Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

HAVLIK, GAIL ANN RIVERSIDE; A.B. in Advertising Design; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2). 

HAY, DONALD EVERETTE DIVERNON; B.S. in Accountancy; KOINONIA, House President 

(3); Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce 
Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (4); Honors Day (3). 

HAYES, JOHN MICHAEL CHAMPAIGN; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; Alpha Delta Sigma; 

The ILLIO (4), Designer (4). 

HAYS, CAROL BUTLER HARRISBURG; B.S. in Elementary Education; McKINLEY HALL; 

Illinois Wesleyan University. 

HAYS, PETER FRANKLIN HARRISBURG; B.S. in Engineering; GRANADA; I.S.P.E. (3, 4); 

Society of General Engineers (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1). 

HAYTCHER, KARL DENNIS MOLINE; B.F.A. in Art Education; DELTA PHI; lllini Union 

Committee Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman {3); Young Republicans 
Club (3); Augustana College. 

HEAL, KENNETH LEE ESMOND; B.S. in Accountancy; SNYDER. 

HEBDA, CAROLE JEAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Roosevelt University. 

HEBERER, PRISCILLA JO BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Marketing; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Sigma lota Epsilon; Marketing Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program 
(3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

HECHT, ROBERT WAYNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER; Sigma Tau; 

I.E.E.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; James Scholar (1); 
Honors Day (I, 2); Math Club (I, 2), President (I, 2), Navy Pier. 

HEDIN, ROBERT LEE DOLTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Thornton Junior College. 

HEERDT, EDMUND DALE ... . ARTHUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; HOUSE OF 
ROOJAH, President (2); Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch.E. 
(3), President (3); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

HEFFELFINGER, HARRY NOEL GLENVIEW; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; Army 

Drum and Bugle Corps (I, 2); Accountancy Club (4); Flying lllini (4); Spanish Club 
(2, 3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (2, 3, 4). 

HEFFERNAN, JAMES HARTWELL BtLVIDERE, A.B. in L.A.S., History; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; L.A.S. Council (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club 
(4); Young Democrats Club (4); L.A.S. Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (1,2,3,4); 
Honors Day (1, 3). 

HEIMANSON, ELAINE BARBARA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ABROR SUITES; 

N.ivy Pier Extension o( the University of Illinois; Young Democrats Club O). Navy 

I'irr. 

HEINDl, GERALD JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Glider Club (4). 



PAUL FISHMAN, having decided to continue his education past his 
bachelor's degree requests a graduate school application in the 
Administration Building. 





HEINISCH, RAYMOND WIILIAM DEKALB; B.S. in Animal Science; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Hoof and Horn Club (4); Northern Illinois University; Southern 
Illinois University. 

HEINRICH, RICHARD OTTO SANDOVAL; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; MEDEA: lllini 

Union Music Hour Program (3); lllini Guide [A): I.E.E.E. (4); Centralia Junior College. 

HEINTZ, DENNIS RONALD MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; PENN- 
SYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; A. I. A. (3, 4); Milwaukee Institute of Technology; 
University of Wisconsin. 



HEINZEL, KENNETH ANTHONY .... CHICAGO; A.B. in Communications; EVANS SCHOLARS; 
llligreek (1); Greek Week Committee (3); Army ROTC, Cadet A'ajor, Brigade Staff; 
Scabbard and Blade (3). 

HEIPLE, JUIIE ELIZABETH PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; KAPPA DELTA; 

Mortar Board; lorch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily lllini (2, 3); lllini Union Program 
Board (3, 4); Junior Panhellenic (2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); Interna- 
tional Co-ordinating Board (2, 3); Janiss Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3); DePauw 
University. 

KEISLER, MARK WILLIAM SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ARMORY; Honors Day (1). 

HEISS, JAMES FREDERICK MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Communications; WILL (3,4); 

lllini Readers (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Mil- 
w/aukee Institute of Technology. 

HELFINSTINE, MARY CAROL CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA KAPPA; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Wesley Foundation Executive Council (2, 3, 4). 

HEIFORD, MARILYN GAIL CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; VAN DOREN; Student 

National Education Association (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Student Education Association (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

HEMMANN, DAVID JOHN FROHNA, MISSOURI; Bachelor of Architecture; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; Scarab; A. I. A. (4); Southeast Missouri State. 

HENDERSON, JOHN JAMES HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Young Republicans 
Club (4); Engineering Honors Program (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

HENDRICKS, FRED ANTHONY, JR ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; 

Tau Beta Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. ()); A.F.S. (3, 4); 
A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Society of General Engineers (1); Young Republicans Club 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Ski Club (3). 



HERINGTON, JOHN RICHARD CLINTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Air Force ROTC, 

Captain; Young Republicans Club (3); University Judo Club (3, 4); Wentworth Junior 
College; Southern Illinois University. 

HESS, GLENN ELBERT UTICA; B.S. in Agricultural Industry; TAU KAPPA EPSILON. 

HEWES, BETTIE ANN SWARTHMORE, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. in Elementary Education; 

PRESBY; Angel Flight (3, 4); Student National Education Association (2). 

HICKS, JOHN ROBERT, JR PEKIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Marching lllini (2, 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3); Second Regimental Band 
(1); Freshman Forum (1). 

HIGGINS, CHARLES CURTIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; SCOTT; Air Force 

ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Thornton Junior College. 

HIGGINS, CHARLES FRANKLIN WEST SALEM; B.S. in Agricultural Education; Alpha Tau 

Alpha; Agricultural Education Club (3, 4); Wabash Valley Junior College. 

HIGGINS, JAMES JACOB LEWISTOWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; SCOTT. 

HIIBORN, MICHAEL GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; GARNER; Delta Sigma Pi; 

lllini Union Committee Member (4); lllini Guide (3, 4); Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); 
Marketing Club (3); Young Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Commerce Club (I); Accountancy Club (1), Navy Pier. 

HILL, BARBARA STEFFI CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI OMEGA; The 

ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman 
{2, 3); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (4); Star Course Manager (1). 



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Hill, DAVID LEROY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; SIGMA NU; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Sigma 
Nu Combo (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

HINSHAW, KAREN RUTH URBANA; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Shorter 

Board; Shi-Ai; Sigma Alpha lota, President (3); University Concert Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Madrigal Chorus (1); Opera Workshop (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (4); Honors 
Day (3). 

HIPPEN, LARRY HENRY MONMOUTH; B.S. in Vocational Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Agricultural Education Club (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4). 

HITE, ARTHUR JOSEPH CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; SIGMA 

ALPHA MU; lllini Union Committee Member (I); Folk Song Club (3); Marketing 
Club (3). 

HITTER, SHIRLEE JANE OTTAWA; B.S. in Physical Education; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Sigma Mu; Physical Education Majors Club (3); Honors Day (3); 
University of Dubuque. 

HOCHBERG, RENA DETROIT, MICHIGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; NOBLE; Zeta Phi Eta; 

lllini Guide (4); I.S.C.A. {3, 4); Western Reserve University. 

HOEKSTRA, RONALD BENNETT MELVIN; B.S. in Education; GRANADA CLUB; University 

Theatre Cast (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); lllini Guide (2, 3). 

HOFF, BARBARA JEAN ELMHURST; B.S. in Accountancy; LINCOLN AVENUE RESIDENCE; 

Student Musicals (2); Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

HOFF, CHARLES LAWRENCE MOLINE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MEDEA LODGE; Student 

Senate (3); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3, 4); Augustana College. 



HOFFMAN, DENNIS JOSEPH PARK FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PI KAPPA ALPHA; 

Folk Song Club (4); Physics Society (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Lamar State 
College of Technology. 

HOFFMAN, DONALD JAY SKOKIE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SNYDER; Young Re- 
publicans Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

HOFFMAN, LARRY OTIS ROCKFORD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE; Marching 

lllini (3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Rockford College. 

HOKANSON, NANCY LOUISE GLEN ELLYN; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; LEEMAN; The 

Daily lllini (4); Iowa State University; North Central College. 

HOLBROOK, JOHN AMIDON, JR ELMHURST; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; CHI PSI; Swimming, 

Freshman Squad (1); Dolphins (I); Pre-Vet Club (1). 

HOLBROOK, J. MICHAEL RIVERTON, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Personnel Management; BETA 

THETA PI; Tribe of lllini (2, 3); Track, Varsity Squad (2), Letter (2), Freshman 
Squad (1). 

HOLEC, EDWARD JOHN BERWYN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ORCHARD DOWNS; 

A.S.M.E. (3); Illinois Institute of Technology. 

HOLECEK, RICHARD JOSEPH DU QUOIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; lllini Guide (3). 

HOLLAND, WILLIAM JOSEPH MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; B.S. 

in Electrical Engineering; THETA CHI; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Eta Kappa Nu; lllini Union Committee Member (I, 2); University Theatre Cast (2); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); Student 
Senate (2, 3); University Choir (1); A.F.S. (2); I.E.E.E. (3); Student Travel Bureau 
(3, 4, 5), Director (4, 5); Honors Day (1). 



HOLMAN, DAWN JO-ANN ITASCA; B.S. in Music Education; DELTA ZETA; Mu Phi Ep- 

silon; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); University Theatre Cast (4); Junior Pan- 
hellenic (1); University Chorus (I); Oratorio Society (2, 3); Student Musicals (4); Greek 
Week Committee (I); Young Republicans Club (3). 

HOLMES, DONALD RICHARD CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Management; THETA XI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2); Oratorio Society (2); George Washington University. 

HOLTON, JOHN THOMAS PALATINE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; L.A.S. Honors Program (4); 
Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). / 

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HOMAN, HARRY ROBERT LANSING; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; lllini Union Committee Member (4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3); 
A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); German Club (2, 3, 4). 

HOMER, BARBARA CAROL CANTON; B.S. in Special Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; 

Shorter Board; Torch; The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union 
Committee Chairman (2, 3); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3, 4); University Chorus (I); Homecoming Queen (3); Honors 
Day (1). jm 

HONIG, MICHAEL HERBERT LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in I.A.S., Chemistry; ALPHA EPSIION ^^^L ' 

PI; University of Michigan. ^^^^^ 

HOOD, PATRICIA LOU DECATUR; B.S. in Relailiruj; ALPHA OMICRON PI; Gamma Alpha 

flu; Ih..' Daily lllini (I); University Theatre Manager (I, 2); Sno-Ball Committee (1); 
Horn<- Fronomics Club (I, 2); Marketing Club (3, 4). 

HOOPES, SANDRA SORELL LAGRANGE PARK; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; lllini Union Committee Member (I, 2); Cnmpuj Chest (1, 2); W.S.A. Board 
(2, 3); Intr.wMurdI Council (1); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HOPKINS, PAMELA KATHERINE PRINCETON; B.S. in Home Economics; ZEIA TAU ALPHA; 

G.irnrnn Atph/i Chi; Mini Union Commitloe Mefnber (I, 2, 3); lllini Union ConimittcM> 
Chdirrnan (3); University Theatre Crt.-w (I); lllini Guide (3); Marki'ting Club (3, 4). 




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1965 



HORTON, GARY lEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Beta Alpha Psi; Sigma lota Ep- 

silon. President (4); Student Senate (4); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Marketing Club (3); 
Young Democats Club (4); Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois; Lambda Lambda Delta; Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

HORWITZ, BARRY LEWIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (4); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Intramural Sports (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

HOSTICKA, ROBERT JOSEPH BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4). 

HOTHAN, JUDITH BELLE CRETE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; EVANS; Omega Beta Pi; Star 

Course Manager (2); German Club (4); Fencing Club (2). 

HOTT, FRED MILTON DECATUR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; NEWMAN. 

HOUMES, ELEANOR IRENE MILFORD; B.S. in Home Economics; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; U.C.F. Foundation Executive Council (4); lllini Guide (4); Home Economics 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



HOUSER, BEVERLEY JOYCE MANSFIELD; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; Honors Day (I, 3). 

HOWE, SHU YEH HONG KONG; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry. 

HOWELL, FREDERICK DUANE OGDEN; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; CALHOUN HALL; Star 

Course Manager (2); James Scholar (3, 4). 

HOWELL, LARRY JAMES WEST FRANKFORT; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical En- 
gineering; Honors Day (I). 

HOWEY, HENRY EUGENE NORTH RIVERSIDE; Bachelor of Music; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; 

Pi Kappa Lambda; Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Marching lllini (I, 2, 3, 4); University 
Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Wind Ensemble (1, 2); Fine and Applied Arts Honors Program 
(2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 

HSU, JOHN TAIPEI, TAIWAN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; Ameri- 
can Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2, 3); Chinese Students Club (2, 3, 4). 



HUFFMAN, DAWNE CARROLL WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; ZETA TAU 

ALPHA; lllini Union Committee Member (3); W.I.S.A. (2, 3); lllini Guide (2); Young 
Democrats Club (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (I). 

HUGHES, CAROL ANN ENOIA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Student Musicals (4); lllini Guide (4); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois; Student Education Association (2, 3), Navy Pier. 

HUGHES, GARY NOES CARMI; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE, House President (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); Air Force ROTC, Cadet 
Captain; Arnold Air Society (1, 2); I.E.E.E. (1, 2); A.S.M.E (3, 4). 

HUISJEN, MARTIN ALBERT SOUTH HOLLAND; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Phi; Physics Society (4); Engineering Honors Program (2, 3); 
Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

HUIZINGA, ALLEN HENRY SOUTH HOLLAND; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (3,4). 

HULICK, CHARLES HENRY SHELBYVILlE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Geography; ALPHA 

CHI RHO, House President (3); Star and Scroll; lllini Union Committee Member 
(I, 2, 3); Interfraternity Executive Council (4); Student Musicals (3, 4); lllini Guide 
(4); Greek Week Committee (3), Chairman (4). 

HULSE, LESLEY ALAN KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; HOPKINS; Pershing Rifles 

(I, 2, 3, 4). 

HUNT, GARY GRANDIN RANKIN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA, 

House President (3); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); I.S.P.E. (4). 

HUPP, ELISABETH ELLEN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Communications; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); Midwest Model 
UN Officer (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (2); Purdue University. 



HURST, DONALD WARDEN CENTRALIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; TARA HALL; Centralia 

Junior College-. 

HUSAYKO, AMYLUE OAKLAWN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ARBOR SUITES. 

HUTCHINSON, SUSAN JOY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Painting; VAN DOREN. 





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HUTTNER, SUSAN ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALLEN; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

IFFLAND, LLEWELLYN FRANKLIN WESTCHESTER; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI SIGMA 

KAPPA; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Gymnastics, Captain (3), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Physical Education Majors Club (I). 

ILLYES, RICHARD ESPY PALESTINE; B.S. in Finance; Pershing Rifles (I;) Finance Club (4); 

Flymg lllini (4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



IMMERGLUCK, SHARON LEAH CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY; Student 

Musicals (3), A.C.E. (4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

INGERSOLl, MARIAN CARROLL CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA 

PHI; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mask and Bauble; lllini Union Committee Member 
(1); University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Cast {!); University The-atre 
Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); Honors Day (1, 2). 

INGRAM, LINDA ANTOINETTE CATLIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; lllini Speech 

Correction Association (1, 2). 



INTRATER, MORRIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology. 

IRWIN, RICHARD WILLIS KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronau- 

tical Engineering; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (4); Long Beach 
City College; Kansas City Junior College. 

IRWIN, VIRGINIA BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Dietetics; DELTA GAMMA; Home Economics Club 

(3, 4); Belleville Junior College. 

ISACSON, JOHN CALVIN BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (4); Young 

Republicans Club (4); Morton Junior College; Illinois Institute of Technology. 

ISCHER, DUANE LEROY BERWICK; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; ALPHA GAMMA RHO; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural 
Economics Club (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3). 

ISENBERG, SUSAN JOAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; INDECO; W.P.G.U. 

(1); A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association {3, 4); Young Democrats (4). 

ISHIMARU, MIKIO CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SNYDER; American Chemical 

Society (I, 2); A.F.S. (3, 4); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (3, 4); lllini Karate Kai (3, 4), 
President (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ISHIWARI, CHIYE DOROTHY CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; TAFT; National Art 

Education Association (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ITZKOWITZ, KAREN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanish; Sigma Delta Pi; 

University Theatre Crew (2); University Theatre Board (2); Spanish Club (3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 3). 

IVERSON, JOHN HAMLIN BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; BETA THETA PI; 

Star Course Manager (2, 3). 

JACKSON, CLAUDIA ROSE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; BARTON; Young Demo- 
crats Club (2); Sociology Club (3, 4), President (4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Pier Playhouse (1); German Club (I); Honors Day (I), Navy 
Pier. 

JACKSON, PAULA JEANNE PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech; KAPPA DELTA, House 

President (3); Shorter Board; Mask and Bauble; Zela Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee 
Member (1, 2); University Theatre Manager (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Junior Panhellenic (2); University Theatre Board (3). 



JACOBSEN, DONALD ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics. 

JACOBSON, SHEREEN ISMAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education. 

JAKAITIS, CAROL ANN NORIH CHICAGO; B.S. in Secretarial Training; Honors D«y (I). 




JAKAITIS, JUDITH ANN FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA; A.B. in Child Development; ARBOR 

SUITES. 

JAMES, DONNA JEAN YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; Ohio Wesleyan University; University of Pittsburgh. 

JAMES, GERARD WAYNE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4). 



JAMES, MARILYN GRACE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Secretarial Training; DELTA ZETA; Phi 

Beta Lambda; The^ ILLIO (I, 2); Campus Chest (1, 2); W.S.A. Board (2). 

JANICK, JOSEPH WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

JARCZYK, FELIX EDWARD PALATINE; A.B. in L.A.S., Finance; ZETA PSI; Tomahawk; 

University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Crew (2); Student Musicals (2); 
James Scholar (1). 



JECKEL, NANCY KAY DELAVAN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; BUSEY HALL; 

lllini Guide (3); German Language Club (3, 4). 

JENNINGS, WILLIAM GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Pershing Rifles (2); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

JENO, WENDELL ROBERT ARGO; B.S. in Engineering; NEWMAN; Ma-Wan-Da; W.P.G.U. 

(1); Student Senate (2, 3, 4), President (4); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); 
Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Society of American Military (2, 3, 4); A.S.C.E. 
(I, 2, 3, 4). 



JESCHKE, CHARLES ERWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; FORBES; I.E.E.E. 

(2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

JOHNS, NANCY LOU BERWYN; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA KAPPA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (2); Junior Panhellenic (2). 

JOHNS, ROBERT WILLIAM LAKE FOREST; B.S. in Management; PHI KAPPA TAU; Golf, 

Varsity Squad (I, 2, 3); Society for the Advancement of Management (4). 



JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN BROOKFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; GAMMA 

PHI BETA; Mortar Board; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Star Course Manager (1, 2) 
Y.M.C.A. (2); Student Senate (2, 3, 4); Major Committee of Student Senate (3) 
Freshman Seminar (1); English Honors Program (4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (I). 

JOHNSON, CAROLE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

McKINLEY HALL; Engineering Council (3, 4); lllini Guide (3, 4); American Institute 
of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4); Society of Women Engineers (3, 4); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University oif Illinois. 

JOHNSON, CLYDE ROBERT ALTON; B.S. in Engineering Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma 

Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Honors Days (2). 



JOHNSON, EDWIN CHARLES LOCKPORT; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; ALPHA 

DELTA PHI; A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4). 

JOHNSON, GEORGE FRANKLIN PARK; B.S.ir Marketing; PHI SIGMA KAPPA; Phi Eta 

Sigma; lllini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Greek 
Week Committee (2); Marketing Club (4); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

JOHNSON, GEORGE ALAN MOLINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; Black Hawk Colle-ge. 



JOHNSON, JACK JAY MORTON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ACACIA; A.S.C.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); 

I.S.P.E. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

JOHNSON, KAREN ANNE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; The Daily lllini (4); W.P.G.U. (3, 4); French Club (3); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

JOHNSON, LINDA ANN RICHTON PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; University Theatre Crew 

{3, 4); Cooperative Extension Club (3); Young Republicans Club (4); Commerce Honors 
Program (3, 4); Northern Illinois University. 



JOHNSON, MARY BLAYNEY ALTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; McKINLEY; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Illi-Sota (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

JOHNSON, ROGER LAVERNE ROANOKE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ARMORY HOUSE, 

House President (4); Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Illinois Technograph (3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

JOHNSON, SONJA KRISTINA WAUKEGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES, House 

President (4); Carroll College. 



JOHNSON, TERRY LEE ORLANDO, FLORIDA; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical 

Engineering. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM KROPP HEALDSBURG, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Finance; FORBES; Delta 

Sigma Omicron (2, 3, 4), President (4); Santa Rosa Junior College. 

JOHNSTON, JEFFREY MITCHELL PIPER CITY; B.S. in Urban Land Economics. 



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JONES AlONZO LEWIS, JR WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

PHI SiGMA KAPPA; Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Executive Council (3). 

JONES, CAROLYN JOAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA; 

Y.W.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (1, 2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois; Modern Jazz Club (1), Navy Pier. 

JONES, DOUGLAS CHARLES FLINT, MICHIGAN; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (2, 3, 4); 

Flint Community Junior College. 



JONES, ELLEN HOPKINS LOCKPORT; B.S. in L.A.S., Physiology; ALLEN; lllini Guide (2). 

JONES, EMROY JOHN OAK PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; DELTA PHI, House President 

(3); lllini Union Committee Member (I); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee 
(4); Star Course Manager (1, 2). 

JONES, LARRY BURTON ELMWOOD; B.F.A. in Graphic Design; Alpha Delta Sigma; Canton 

Community College. 



JONES, REECE WINSOR MANHATTAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; ALPINE LODGE; Second 

Regimental Band (1, 2); Physics Society (4); Young Republicans Club (3). 

JONES, REGINA ELAINE MARKHAM; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA; 

Y.W.C.A. (4); W.A.A. (2); Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 

JONES ROBERT AILEN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; FORBES; Engi- 
neering Council (1, 2); A.S.M.E. (I, 2, 3). 



JONES, WILLIAM lEROY SYCAMORE; B.S. in Forest Production; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; lllini Foresters (3, 4). 

JOYCE, EILEEN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; Campus Chest (3); 

Student National Education Association (3, 4). 

JUDGE, THOMAS JOSEPH CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Rhetoric; SCOTT, House President 

(4); The Daily lllini (3, 4); Southeast Junior College. 



JUGENHEIMER, DONALD WAYNE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Communications; THETA XI; Alpha 

Delta Sigma; The ILLIO (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Interfraternity Execu- 
tive Council (1, 2); Marketing Club (3). 



JULIAN, 



JERRY NELSON JOLIET; 

Junior College. 



B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; DAS HOUS; Joliet 



JUSZAK, JOSEPH JOHN HARWOOD HEIGHTS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; WESTON, 

House President (4); lllini Union Committee Member (4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board 
(3); Track, Freshman Squad (1); lllini Guide (1, 2, 3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2); A.S.M.E. 
(3); S.A.E. (4). 



KABRICK, DAVID JEROME PLAINVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography; FORBES, House Presi- 
dent (3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3, 4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3); Second 
Regimental Band (I, 2); lllini Guide (4). 

KADEN, BARBARA JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES, House 

President (4); W.P.G.U. (2, 3); A.C.E. (3, 4); Student National Education Association 
(3, 4); Honors Day (3). 



KAHN, JACQUELINE DOROTHY FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK; 

BUSEY; French Club (3); German Club (4). 



A.B. in L.A.S., French; 



KAHOVEC, GERALDINE NORTH RIVERSIDE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; SHERWOOD; 

Shorter Board; The Daily lllini (2, 3); Campus Chest (2, 3); Anthropology Club (4); 
Folk Song Club (2); Portugese Club (3); Honors Day (2). 

KAIM, MARJORIE LYNN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; Student National Edu- 
cation Association (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4). 

KAMBER, VICTOR SAMUEL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; PHI 

GAMMA DELTA; Ma-Wan-Da; Wa-Na-See; Sachem; lllini Union Review Board (2); 
lllini Union Program Board (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); lllini Union 
Committee Chairman (2, 3, 4); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee {2, 3, 4); 
University Theatre Manager (2); University Theatre Cast (2, 3); W.P.G.U. (2); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Board of Fraternity Affairs (4); Major Com- 
mittee of Student Senate (3); Cheerleader (4); llligreek (2); Student Musicals (2, 3, 4); 
Dolphins (2); lllini Guide (2, 3, 4); Greek Week Committee (3); I.M. Rec Board (4); 
Interfraternity Ball Committee (2); Pre-Law Club (2): Young Republicans Club (2, 3); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; lllini Newspaper (t); University 
Dance Committee Chairman (1); Varsity Debate Team (2); Student Congress (1), Navy 
Pier. 

KAMENSKY, PAUL LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI SIGMA DELTA; Omega 

Beta Pi; German Club (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Miami University. 

KAMINS, KAREN ETHEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

Gamma Alpha Chi; W.P.G.U. (1, 2); WILL (3); Commerce Council (2, 3, 4); lllini 
Forensic Association (3); Marketing Club (2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of 
M.inagemont (4); Young Democrats Club (2); Honors Day (3). 

KANABY, GLENN EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. 

A.S.C.E. (4). 



Civil Engineering; DELTA SIGMA PHI; 



KANDL, JOHN RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Food Technology; GRANADA CLUB; Y.M.C.A, 

(2); lllini Guide (3); Army ROTC, Captain; Pershing Rifles (I, 2); Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); 
Association of Food Technologists (3, 4). 

KANE, GAYLE HANSEN . ... CLIFTON; B.S. in Communications; Alpha Lambda Delta; Journal- 
ism Honors Program (2, 3); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 



KANEFSKY, IRVIN H CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; 

voriily of Illinois; Batoball (1), Navy Pier. 



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KANESHIRO, DIANE EMIKO HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in Music Education; BUSEY; Mu 

Phi Epsilon; University Choir (3, 4); Oratorio Society (2); Opera Workshop (2, 3); 
lllini Guide (3); Young Democrats Club (4); University of Hawaii. 

KANEY, GARY ROBERT FORRESTON; B.S. in Communications; lovi-a State University. 

KAPINOS, FRANCES ANN PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in Music Education; ALLEN; Alpha 

Chron; University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus {!); Oratorio Society (1, 2); 
lllini Guide (3, 4). 



KAPLAN, BARBARA SUE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; INDECO; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; University Theatre Crew (2); Y.W.C.A. (3); W.P.G.U. (1, 2); 
lllini Guide (4); Student National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Cluti 
(4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

KAPLAN, DAVID GILBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; American Chemical Society (4); Navy Pier Exte-nsion of the University 
of Illinois. 

KAPPMEYER, CHARLES R CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech and Theatre; Uni- 
versity Theatre Cast (4); University Theatre Crew {3, 4); Campus Chest (1); WILL (4); 
French Club (1, 2). 



KAPUT, MICHALINE MARIE CHICAGO; A.B. in Sociology; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE. 

KARAFOTAS, PHILLIP SKOKIE; B.S. in Health Education; SIGMA CHI; Tribe of lllini 

(3, 4); Swimming, Captain (4), Varisity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman 
Squad (1); Dolphins 0, 2, 3, 4). 

KARAS, SHARON JAYNE MEDINAH; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; University Theatre C^ew (1); Campus Chest (4); Folk Song Club 
(2); Student National Education Association (4). 



KARBENS, ARLENE MARIE CICERO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Morton 

Junior College. 

KARDATZKE, ARTHUR ROBERT, JR BELLWOOD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; HOPKINS; 

Campus Chest (3); A.S.C.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University or 
Illinois. 

KARLSON, HENRY CARL EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A S., History; THETA XI; Delta Sigma Rho; 

lllini Forensic Association (1, 2, 3, 4); German Club (1, 2); Young Republicans Club 
{1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2). 



KARP, DOLORES ESTHER CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; 

W.P.G.U. (I, 2); LAS Council (3); lllini Guide (3); Young Democrats Club (2); Honors 
Day (1). 

KASCH, ROGER MARSHALL LOMBARD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALPHA DELTA 

PHI; I.E.E.E. (4); Flying lllini {3, 4); Glider Club (4). 

KASH, IRWIN J CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ARMORY HOUSE; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Omega Beta Pi, President (3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Organization Fund Executive 

Committee (3); Student Advisory Committee to the Dean of L.A.S. (3), Navy Pier. 



KASZA, KENNETH EDMUND CHICAGO; B.S. In Mechanical Engineering; SCOTT; Pi Tau 

Sigma; A.S.M.E. (1, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KATKOWSKY, ANN SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN; B.S. in Home Economics; INDECO; lllini 

Guide (4); Home Economics Club (3); Wayne State University. 

KATSIS, KAREN SUE WESTCHESTER; A.B. in L.A.S., German; VAN DOREN; University 

Chorus (I, 2); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. (3, 4); Epsilon Phi Sigma (I, 2, 3, 4); German Club (4). 

KATZ, BARRY SAMUEL MORTON GROVE; B.S. in Urban Land Economics; SIGMA ALPHA 

MU; W.P.G.U. (I, 2, 3, 4); Army ROTC, Captain; Army Drum and Bugle Corps (I); 
Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Rho Epsilon (3, 4), President (4); lllini Guide (3); Army ROTC 
Field Music Unit (2, 4). 

KAUFFMAN, KAREN CHANEY JOLIET; B S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

KAUFMAN, LARRY CHARLES GALENA; B.S. in Agriculture; B.S. in Agricultural Engineer- 
ing; KAMPUS KNIGHTS, House President (2); Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Alpha 
Epsilon; Agricultural Council (4); A.S.A.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Bronze Tablet (4); Honors 
Day (2, 3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (4). 

KAVELIN, THOMAS HAMILTON HUNTINGTON STATION, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., 

Theatre; University Theatre Cast (I, 2, 3, 4); Student Musicals (1, 2, 4); Baha'i Execu- 
tive Council (2, 3, 4); University Jazz Band (4); Syracuse University. 

KAZMAR, SHARON KATHERINE PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S. , Teaching of English; 

BUSEY; Young Democrats Club (4); W.I.S.A. Freshman Board (I); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; Pier Playhouse (2), Navy Pier. 

KEATING, HOWARD JAMES BELVIDERE; B.S. in Agricultural Mechanization; lllini Agri- 
cultural Mechanization Club (4). 




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KEATING, MARY FRANCIS ALEDO; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; Shorter 

Board; Junior Panhellenic (1); Cheerleader (2, 3, 4); Pompons (1); Orchesis (I, 2, 3, 4), 
President (4); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 



KEATON, 



HENRY FROST .... RIVER GROVE; B.S. 

the Advancement of Management (4). 



Management; DELTA CHI; Society for 



KEELE, JOHN ROBERT CHESTERFIELD; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; HOPKINS, House 

President (2); Y.M.C.A. (2); Baptist Student Foundation Executive Council (4); A.S.A.E. 
(2, 3, 4); Industrial Education Society (1, 2); Physics Society (2); Honors Day (1). 



KEEIER, MANIEY STEVENS DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; l.E.E.E. (3,4). 

KEHLE, DONNA GENE PERU; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; VAN DOREN; lllini Guide (3, 4). 

KEIFFER, KATHRYN ELIZABETH SYRACUSE, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., German; PRESBY; 

University Theatre Cast (2); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second Regimental Band (2); 
German Club (3). 

KEITH, JUDITH KAY NORMAL; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA DELTA PI; Theta Sigma 

Phi; Gamma Alpha Chi; The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Major 
Chairman of lllini Union Committee (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. (4); Women's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Campus Talent (1, 2). 

KEILEHER, LEON RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; ORCHARD DOWNS, 

President (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); Astronom- 
ical Society (4); Judo Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Gymnastics, Varsity Squad (1, 2); Omega Beta Pi; Homecoming Committee (3); Spring 
Carnival Committee (2, 3); German Club (1); Honors Day (I), Navy Pier. 

KEllER, ROBERT TERRY NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology. 

KELLEY, MARY EILEEN GIBSON CITY; B.S. in Business Education; Phi Beta Lambda; In- 
diana Central College. 

KELLY, JOHN ROBERT URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Rifle and Pistol Club (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

KELSEN, JUNE JANICE MAYWOOD; B.S. in Elementary Education; McKINLEY HALL. 

KELTNER, JOANNE KAY ROCKFORD; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

Torch; Terrapin (1, 2, 3, 4). 

KEMP, MARGARET JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Social Studies Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Chair- 
man (4); W.l.S.A. Executive Council (4); lllini Guide (2); Young Republicans Club 
(1, 4); Honors Day (3). 

KEMPEN, ROBERT JACK CHICAGO; B.S. in Agriculture; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Rifle Team, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4); Freshman Squad {!); Agri- 
cultural Economics Club (3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (3, 4). 

KEMPIAK, ANDREW JOHN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; OREGON; A.S.M.E 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KENNEY, ROBERT WENDELL LODA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3, 4); 

S.N.C.C. (3, 4). 

KENYON, RICHARD JOHN PALATINE; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES; Tomahawk; Phi Eto 

Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Alpha Phi Omega; Beta Alpha Psi; M.R.H.A. Executive 
Council (4); University Choir (2); lllini Guide (3, 4); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; 
Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); Commerce Honors Program 
(1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 



KERMAN, RONALD HARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; TAU DELTA PHI; Omega 

Beta Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Campus Chest (1, 2); Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (I); Young Democrats Club (4); Honors Day (3). 

KEROFF, WILLIAM BENNETT CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PI LAMBDA PHI; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Board ot 
Fraternity Affairs (2); Marketing Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

KESSLER, BEVERLY ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Young Democrats Club (4); Educa 
tion Honors Program (2); Honors Day (I, 2). 

KESSNER, RONALD JOSEPH BERWYN; B.S. in General Engineering; DELTA UPSILON; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Campus Chest (1); Engineering Council (3); American 
Ceramic Society (1, 2); I.S.P.E. (2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement ot Manage- 
ment (4); Society of General Engineers (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 4). 

KIELHORN, SONJA EVA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Gorman; Oratorio Society (3, 4); 

Grrm.in Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of lilinoil; 
Concert Choir (1, 2); Student National Education Association (1, 2); German Club 
(1, 2); Homecoming Court (1); Honors Day (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

KIENIEN, THOMAS DALE JOLIET; B.S. in Physical Education; KAPPA SIGMA; Phi Epiilon 

Kappa; Sigma Delta Psi; Tribe' of lllini (3, 4); Swimming, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter 
(3, 4); Dolphins (3, 4), President (4); Jolicf Junior College. 



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KIESO, ROBERT ALFRED GALESBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; THETA XI; Young Repub- 
licans Club (4); Animal Ecology Club (4), 

KIMPIER, SANDRA KAY EL PASO; B.S. in L.A.S., .Microbiology; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Honors Day (1). 

KINDNESS, ROBERT GORDON CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS, 

House President (3); Alpha Phi Omega; A. I. A. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; A. I. A. (1, 2, 3), Navy Pier. 

KING, CAROLE ANNE BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology. 

KING, RONALD AUSTIN MARION; B.S. in General Engineering; MINAWA LODGE; I.E.E.E. 

(4); Southern Illinois University. 

KINSGLEY, BRUCE CHASE DIXON; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

The ILLIO (1, 2); Student Senate (1, 2); Freshman Seminar (1); Student Musicals (3); 
Greek Week Committee (3); James Scholar (1, 2). 

KINSEY, HEATHER DIANE HINSDALE; B.S. in Hospital Recreation; DELTA GAMMA; The 

Daily lllini (1); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Campus Chest (2); llligreek 
(2); Greek Week Committee (2); Physical Education Majors Club (1); Student National 
Education Association (2); Saint Pat's Queen (3). 

KIRK, MARY ELAINE SULLIVAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; lllini Union Committee 

Member (1); Young Democrats Club (I, 4). 

KIRK, ROBERT JOSEPH OBLONG; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; S.A.E. (4); Eastern 

Illinois University. 

KIRKBY, STEPHEN DWIGHT NORTHBROOK; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA XI; Newman 

Foundation Executive Council {1, 2); Greek Week Committee (3). 

KITAGAWA, DON KENICHI CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SCOTT; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KITTIESON, KAYE ADELE DEKALB; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

The ILLIO (], 2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); Panhellenic Executive- Council 
(3, 4); Cheerleader (3); Pompons (1), Chairman (3). 

KLAMUT, CORINNE AGNES CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; TAFT; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

KIEIMAN, DAVID CHARLES HIGHLAND PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; Uni- 
versity Chorus (2); lllini Guide (3); lllini Forensic Association (2); Student National 
Education Association (4). 

KLEIN, SHEILA ROSALYN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; Young Demo- 
crats Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Con- 
gress (I, 2); Pier Playhouse (2); Student Education Association (2), Navy Pier. 

KLIMA, RICHARD IRVING CHICAGO; B.S. in Economic Theory; lllini Union Committee 

Member (2); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (2); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2); Anthropology 
Club (2); Marketing Club (2); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); 
Young Republicans Club (3). 

KLINTWORTH, KEITH KENNY ANCHOR; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Illinois State University. 

KNUTH, ANTOINETTE HILDEGARDE OHIO; B.F.A. In Art Education; VAN DOREN; Folk 

Song Club (3, 4, 5); Young Democrats Club (5); Honors Day (4); Rosary Colle-ge. 

KOCA, WILLIAM EDWARD GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Chemical Engineering; SIGMA PI; lllini 

Union Committee AAember (2, 3); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 3). 

KOCH, SHERYL RUTH EAST PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; EVANS; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; University Choir (2, 3, 4); Madrigal Chorus 
(2); Oratorio Society (1); Opera Group (2); German Club (2); Physics Society (2); 
L.A.S. Honors Program (I, 2); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (), 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

KOCHENDORFER, RICHARD CHARLES PEKIN; A.B. in L.A.S., German; HOPKINS; German 

Club (2, 3, 4). 

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KOELLER, MARY ANN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Advertising; KAPPA DELTA; Shi-Ai; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; The ILLIO (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Member 
(1, 2); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2); Campus Chest (1, 2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (1); Freshman Seminar (1); Greek Week Committee 
(1); Young Republicans Club (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2). 

KOENIG, THOMAS EDWARD GLENVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., English; SIGMA CHI; Tribe of 

lllini (3, 4); Track, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); Men's 
Glee Club (4); Greek Week Committee (2); Arnold Air Society (2). 

KOEPKE, JAMES MICHAEL McHENRY; B.S. in General Engineering; SNYDER; Society of 

General Engineers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). 



KOERNER, SANDRA JOSEPHINE CULLOM; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; SIGMA KAPPA; 

Greek Week Committee (4); Northern Illinois University, 

KOHLER, HARRY GORDON ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI; B.S. in Civil Engineering; COLLEGE 

HALL; Alpha Phi Omega, President (3, 4); Chi Epsilon; Second Regimental Band (1). 

KOHR, CHARLES WARREN DECATUR; B.S. in Finance; BETA THETA PI; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Member (1); Tribe of lllini (3, 4); Golf, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squad (I); James Scholar (I). 



KOLAR, JAMES EDWARD RIVER GROVE; Bachelor of Architecture in Architectural Engi- 
neering; Honors Day (4). 

KOMAREK, RICHARD KARL LOMBARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA DELTA PHI; 

Skull and Crescent. 

KOMMERS, ROBERT EDWARD, JR BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in Accountancy; PHI KAPPA 

SIGMA; Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Star Course Man- 
ager (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Finance Club 
(4); Marketing Club (4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 



KOMNICK, JUDITH KAY ATHENS; B.S. in Home Economics; VAN DOREN; S.N.I.B. 

(1, 2, 3); Lutheran Executive Council (2, 3); Home Economics Club (1, 2). 

KONYA, JOHN ANTHONY .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT; W.P.G.U. (2); Ac- 
countancy Club (3, 4); Finance Club (4). 

KOPAC, CHARLOTTE CORNELIA DOLTON; B.F.A. in Art Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 3); Star Course Manager 
(1); Junior Panhellenic (1); Pompons (1); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4); James Scholar 
(2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



KORBEL, EUGENE FRANK BROOKFIELD; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS, 

House President (4); lllini Guide (4); A. I. A. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois. 

KOSCHE, WALTER FREDERICK CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; Men's Glee Club 

(3, 4); Oratorio Society (3); Bradley University. 

KOSTAL, KENNETH THOMAS CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ZETA PSI, House Presi- 
dent (4); Skull and Crescent; lllini Guide (2, 3); A. I. A. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 4). 



KOTOWICZ, ANDREW JOHN JOLIET; B.S. in Me-chanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA THETA; 

Pi Tau Sigma; S.A.E. (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

KOVES, WILLIAM JOHN RIVERDALE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; DELTA CHI; Pi 

Tau Sigma; S.A.E. (I); Engineering Honors Program (3); Honors Day (1); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Track Team (2), Navy Pier. 

KOVITZ, KAREN GAIL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Rhetoric; Alpha lambda Delta; Honors 

Day (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Pier lllini (3), Navy Pier. 



KOWALCZYK, JOHN FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. {I, 2); A.S.M.E. (1, 2, 3, 4), President 
(4); Synton (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KOZIN, FRANKLIN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PHI EPSILON PI; Omega Beta Pi; 

lllmi Union Committee Mf^mber (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 4); Honors Day (3). 

KRAETSCH, ROBERT ELROY TAYLORVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; DELTA SIGMA PHI 

Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Mu; Marching lllini (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 4) 
Second Regimental Band (I, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



KRAFT, NANCY JEAN PEORIA; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; GAMMA PHI BETA. 

KRAGH, JAMES FOSTER WILMETTTE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; GRANADA; Culver Stockton 

Collc-qe; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

KRAMZAR, LINDA L SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; Freshman Seminar (1). 



KRAUSS, FRED BERWYN; A.B. in L.A.S., German; University Chorus (2); German Club 

(3, 4); University of Berlin. 

KREIW, JAMES ROBERT ROCKFORD; A.B, in l.A,S,, History; SCOTT House Presidciif 

M); N,A.A,C,P, (3), 

KREUSER, JOAN ARDEN 




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WESTCHESTER; A,B, in L,A,S„ Sociology; lAfT; W,P,G.U, (2), 




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KRINN, NANCY MERLE EVANSTON; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

The ILLIO (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Student Musicals (4); Young Democrats Club 
(1). 

KRISBERG, ROCHELLE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALLEN; A.C.E. (4); Student 

National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (3). 

KROLL, KATHLEEN DOROTHY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ALLEN; New 

man Foundation Executive Council (3). 

KROUPA, GEORGE HARVEY BERWYN; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; GRANADA; New- 
man Foundation Executive Council (4); Engineering Council (4); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. ['3, 4); 
lllini Sportsman's Club (3); Morton Junior College. 

KRSTICEVIC, JOYCE MARIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; PI BETA PHI; W.P.G.U. 

(2); Young Democrats Club (2); International Brother-Sister Program (2); University of 
South Dakota. 

KRUEGER, DOUGLAS CHARLES CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronomical 

Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; American Institute of Aeronautics and 
Astronautics (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

KRULL, ANDREW ROBERT MAZON; B.S. in Animal Science. 

KRUMREY, DONALD WALTER GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; B.S. in L.A.S., 

Teaching of Mathematics; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Tomahawk; Lutheran Founda- 
tion Executive Council (3, 4); De-ita Sigma Omicron (1); Student National Education 
Association (4); S.N.C.C. (1). 

KUCERA, NANCY BARENBRUGGE DOWNERS GROVE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; Folk Song 

Club (3); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Young Democrats Club {4]; 
Junior National Council For Teachers of English (4); Bradley University. 

KUELTZO, CARL NILS WORTH; B.S. in Urban Planning; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Air Force ROTC, Major; Arnold Air Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

KUHNS, GEORGE MAXWELL HINSDALE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SCOTT; Pi Tau 

Sigma; Concert Band (I, 2, 3, 4); Marching lllini (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); A.F.S. (1, 2); A.S.M.E. 
(2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (3, 4); S.A.E. (4); Young Democrats Club (3); Honors Day (4). 

KULACOGLU, OZER ORDU, TURKEY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. (3); Turkish Student As- 
sociation (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Queens College; Middle East Technical 
University; Istanbul Technical University. 

KUNZE, BARBARA ANN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Marketing ALPHA XI DELTA; Marketing Club 

(3, 4); Belleville Junior College. 

KUPERBERG, NANCY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; ALLEN; Shorter Board; W.I.S.A. 

Executive Council (3); lllini Guide (3); Honors Day (2). 

KURCZEWSKI, WALTER WILLIAM CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; DELTA 

SIGMA PHI, President (3); Campus Chest (3); Freshman Seminar (1); L.A.S. Council 
(1, 2, 3); Pre-Law Club (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); 
Honors Day (1). 

KURTH, SUZANNE BETH GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; ARBOR SUITES; Univer- 
sity of Kansas. 

KURZEJA, CAROL ANN ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., American Civilization; McKINLEY; Sno- 

Ball Committee (3). 

KUS, CRYSTAL THOMASENA CICERO; B.S. in Elementary Education; EVANS; Newman 

Club Executive Council (2, 3). 

KUTKO, lUBOMYRA JOAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; TAFT; Ukrainian Students 

Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Ukrain- 
ian Students Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

KUTYNSKY, IHOR WSEWOLOD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois. 

KVALE, RICHARD ALVIN BERKELEY; B.S. in Market Research; KAPPA DELTA RHO; The 

Daily lllini (2, 3, 4). 

LABARRE, ALFRED BAKER SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA NU, House President 

(4); Skull and Crescent; Star Course Manager (I, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council 
(1); Track Manager (I, 2, 3); Senior Crosscountry Manager (4); Young Republicans 
Club (4); Honors Day (3). 

LABNO, THERESE ANNETTE POSEN; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; KAPPA DELTA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2); Terrapin (1, 2). 

lACEY, EMERSON WATSON OAK PARK; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; HOPKINS, House 

President (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2, 3, 4); 
Trident (3, 4); A.S.M.E. (3, 4). 




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LACKEY, JOHN DAVID SALEM; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; NEWMAN; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Bela Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha; Student Senate- (3); Major Committee 
of Student Senate (3); Association of U. S. Army (3, 4); Young Democrats Club 
(2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3). 

LAFOND, JOHN WINDSOR DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; PI KAPPA 

ALPHA, House President (4); A.l.Ch.E. (2, 3). 

LAIBIE, VYRl LYNN TOLUCA; B.S. in Agricultural Education; NABOR HOUSE, House 

President (3); Tomahowk, President (2); Alpha Zeta; M.I. A. Executive Council (1); 
Cross Country, Varsity Squad (2); S.N.I.B. (i); Agricultural Council (2, 3, 4), Presi- 
dent (4); mini Guide (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (2); 
Agricultural Judging Team (2, 3, 4); Agricultural Education Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Dairy 
Production Club (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Hoof and Horn Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1). 

LAM, DANIEL YEE WAN HONG KONG; B.S. in Civil Engineering; lllini Chinese Christian 

Fellowship (3, 4), President (3, 4); Linfleld College; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Navy Pier Christian Fellowship ()), President (1), Navy Pier. 

LAMP, ALBERTA MARIE ELGIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; BUSEY; Delta Delta Sigma; 

A.C.E. (4); Elgin Community College. 

LAMPMAN, LYNNE FRANCES HADDONFIELD, NEW JERSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of 

English; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; The Daily lllini (2); lllini Union Committee Member 
(2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (4); Campus Chest (3); Junior 
Panhellenic (3, 4); W.I.S.A. Executive Council (2); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating 
Committee (4); Greek Week Committee (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Wells 
College. 

LANDESMAN, JUDITH LEE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; IOTA ALPHA PI; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; W.P.G.U. (2); Young Democrats Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



LANG, 



RICHARD STEPHEN CHICAGO; B.S. 

Extension of the University of Illinois. 



in Economics; Honors Day (1); Navy Pier 



LANGE, JAMES JOSEPH RIVERDALE; B.S. in Engineering Physics; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Council (4); Air 
Force ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Arnold Air Society (3, 4), Commander (4); Physics 
Society (4); Engineering Honors Program (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



BETA HOUSE; Campus 



LANGE, SANDRA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; 

Chest (2); Physical Education Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LANGE, WALTER CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Animal Science; DELTA UPSILON; University 

Theatre Crew (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Folk Song Club (3, 4); Hoof and 
Horn Club (2, 3, 4); lllini Sportsman's Club (3); N.A.A.C.P. (3, 4); Eastern Illinois 
University. 



LANGENBERG, KINGSLEY FREDERICK DECATUR; B.S. in LAS., Microbiology; 

SYLVANiA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 



PENN- 



LANSFORD, MARIELLA VIRGINIA CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; 

ALPHA XI DELTA; Shi-Ai; Delta Phi Alpha; Concert Band (I, 2, 3, 4); German Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

LANSFORD, VIRGINIA ANN LINCOLN; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA XI DELTA; Phi 

Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Home Economics Council 
(4); Home Economics Club (2); Illinois State University. 

LANTER, GERALD RAYMOND MASCOUTAH; B.S. in Communications. 



LANTZ, LINDA LEE SHELBYVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; PRESBY HALL; A.C.E. 

(4); Student National Education Association (4); Bradley University. 

lARNEY, GEORGE EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; PHI EPSILON PI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (2); Student Musicals (4); Accountancy Club (2); Marketing Club 
(4); Young Democrats Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

LA ROSA, JEAN WILSON JOLIET; B.S. in Music Education; Shorter Board; Sigma Alpha 

lota; Concert Band (I, 2, 3, 4, 5); University Orchestra (3, 4, 5); Training Orchestra 
(2); Woodwind Quintet (1, 2); Jazz Band (3); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3, 4, 5); 
Flute Club (1, 2, 3, 4, 3), President (4). 



LARSON, JANET LEE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZETA; The ILLIO 

(I, 2); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

LARSON, KAREN CHARLENE BROOKFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; SHER- 
WOOD; University Theatre Cast (3); Student Musicals (1, 2); Liberal Arts and Science 
Honors Program; James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

LARSON, ROGER AlAN PARK RIDGE; B.S. in General Engineering; PHI KAPPA TAU; 

Student Senate (2); Army ROTC, Captain; Distinguished Military Student Award (<). 



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LARSON, SUZANN LEE CLARtNDON HILLS; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; DELTA ZETA; 

The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Guide (4); Greel^ Week 
Committee (1). 

LARWIN, THOMAS FRANK .... CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MEDEA; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); 
Western Michigan University, 

LASKE, WALTER FREDERICK CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PHI KAPPA PSI; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2); lllini Union Comminse Cnairmsn (3. 4,i; Campus 
Chest (2); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (2); Tribe of lllini (4); Senior Wrestling Manager 
(4); Wrestling Manager (2, 3); Arnold Air Society (2); Ant.iropology CluD (4); Folk 
Song Club (3, 4); Pre-Law/ Club (4); Navy Pier E.xtension of the University of Illinois; 
German Club (1); Chess Club (1); Biology Club (1); Fre;hm;n Basketball Team (1); 
Intramural Olympic Team (1), Navy Pier. 

LASSON, GERALD ALLEN AURORA; B.S. in General Engineering; TRIANGLE; I.S.P.E. 

(3, 4); Society of General Engineers (2, 3, 4). 

LATA, JUDITH BERNICE CHICAGO; B.S. in Recreational Therapy; DELTA ZETA; lllini 

Union Commirtee Member (2, 3, 4), lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Greek 
Week Committee (2); American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); Physical Education Honors 
Program (4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

LATHAM, GEORGE ANTHONY WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Basketball, Varsity Squad (2, 3). Freshman Squad (1); 
Army ROTC, Major; Association of U. S. Army (3, 4); Physical Education Majors Club 
(2, 3, 4), President (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 



LAUBER, LARRY FRANCIS WALSH; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Honors Day (3). 

LAUTERBACH, LAWRENCE HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SNYDER; 

I.E.E.E. (3, 4); Rifle and Pistol Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Track, Letter (1), Navy Pier. 

LAW, CHARLOTTE ANN LA GRANGE PARK; B.F.A. in Painting; BUSEY HALL. 

LAWDER, SHELBY DALE CHESTER; B.S. in General Engineering; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

Engineering Council (4); llimi Guide (2); lllini Sportsman's Club (3, 4); Marketing 
Club (4); Society of General Engineers (2, 3, 4). 

LAWLESS, VIRGINIA BOYLES EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., French; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; Folk Song Club (4); German Club (4); Northern Illinois University; 
University of Paris, La Sorbonne. 

LAWRENCE, DAVID ALLEN BELVIDERE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4). 

LAYDEN, DIANNE RAE SKOKIE; B.S. in Elementary Education; IOTA ALPHA PI; Junior 

Panhellenic (2); Panhellenic Executive Council (3, 4); Major Committee of Student 

Senate (1); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3); lllini Guide (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); 
Campus Talent Agency (1). 

LAZAROFF, BETTY JANE CHICAGO; B.S. in Communicalions; INDECO, House President 

(3); lllini Union Committee Member (3, 4); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); 
Y.M.C.A. (2, 3); W.P.G.U. (4); WILL (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; Women s Sport Association (1), Navy Pier. 

LAZOWSKI, JOHN ANTHONY PALATINE; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; Roosevelt University; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

LEACH, GLENN STUART CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; THE OREGON; New Mexico 

Institute of Mining and Technology. 

LEARNER, LESLIE JUDITH SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; lllini Guide (2); L.A.S. 

Honors Program; Honors Day (2, 3). 

LEBEN, JOSEPH FRANK CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Math. 

LECKMAN, JEROLD WAYNE GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; CHI PSI; Greek 

Week Committee (1); A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 

LEE, DAVID HAUTAK HONK KONG; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SNYDER; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); 

A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Chinese Students Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

LEE, PATRICIA MARIE HARVEY; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; ALPHA DELTA PI; Phi 

Beta Lambda. 

LEE, ROBERT LAP-SUN HONG KONG; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Gamma Tau; Engineering 
Honors Program (3); Honors Day (4); University of California. 

LEE, ROBERT WIlllAM ROUND LAKE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; BABCOCK, House 

President (4); .M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4). 

LEECH, GERALD EDGAR ZION; B.S. in Economics; PI KAPPA ALPHA, House President 

(4); Star and Scroll; Alpha Kappa Psi, President (5); lliini Union Committee Member 
(2); Star Course Manager (I, 2); Campus Chest (5); Interfraternity Executive Council 
(5); Board of Fraternity Affairs (5); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 
(5); Greek Week Committee (4); American Ceramic Society (1); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (2); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day 
(1, 2). 

LEMAN, ANN LOUISE YARDLEY, PENNSYLVANIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Rhetoric; ALPHA XI 

DELTA; Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Northwestern University. 

LEMKE, MARILYN BESS JOLIET; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; Harp En- 
semble (1, 2, 3, 4); Concert Band (2); Honors Day (1). 

LEMNA, WILLIAM FRANKLIN BOURBONNAIS; B.S. in Accountancy; The Daily lllini (2); 

lllini Union Committee Member (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2); Campus Chest 
(2); Air Force ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Accountancy Club (3. 4); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4). 



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lENBURG, PAUL STEVEN FLOSSMOOR; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; DELTA KAPPA EPSILON; 

Junior Interfraternity Council (1); iilini Guide (3); Army ROTC, Lieutenant; Zeta 
Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Folk Song Club (1); Marketing Club (3, 4); Interfraternity Council 
(2, 3). 

LEONARD LARRY EUGENE CARTHAGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Economics; DELTA PHI; Y.M.C.A. 

(2, 3, 4); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (1). 

LEONARD, ROBERT D., JR CHICAGO; B.S. in Communications; GARNER; I.S.P.E. (4); 

Society of General Engineers (4); Illinois Institute of Technology. 



lESKI, DENNIS WAYNE INGLESIDE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; W.P.G.U. (1); I.E.E.E. 

(3); Young Republicans Club (4). 

LESSEN, LYNDA SUE LINCOLN; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; SIGMA SIGMA 

SIGMA; University Theatre Crew (I, 2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2). 

LEUTHNER, TERRANCE ALLAN BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SNYDER; I.E.E.E. 

(4); J. Sterling Morton Junior College. 



LEV, VICTORIA ISABEL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech and Theatre; University Theatre 

Cast (4); University Theatre Crew (2, 3); Folk Song Club (2); Iilini Forensic Association 
(4); French Club (1, 2); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois. 

LE VAN, MARILYN JEAN WESTCHESTER; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA GAMMA 

DELTA; Iilini Union Committee Member (2, 3); Campus Chest (2, 3); Pompons (1); 
University Chorus (I); Women's Glee Club (4); Student Musicals (2, 3). 

LEVERENZ, DONALD JAMES CHICAGO; B.S in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha 

Phi Omega; Eta Kappa Nu; Army ROTC, Captain; I.E.E.E. (3, 5); Bronze Tablet (4); 
Engineering Honors Program; Honors Day (3, 4); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (4). 



in L.A.S., English; PHI SIGMA DELTA; University 



LEVIN, DANIEL LOUIS CHICAGO; 

of Michigan. 

LEVIN, LLOYD PHILLIP MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.S. in Engineering Physics; SIGMA 

ALPHA MU; Phi Eta Sigma; The Daily Iilini (2, 3); Golf, Varsity Squd (2), Freshman 
Squad (I); Hillel Foundation Executive Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Iilini Guide (3); Folk 
Song Club (3); Physics Society (4); Young Democrats Club (4); University of Wisconsin. 

LEVIN, MARLA ROCHELLE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; VAN DOREN; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Pi Kappa Delta (2); Pier Playhouse 
Crew (1); Student Senate (2); Student National Education Association (2), Navy Pier. 



LEVIN, ROBERT BARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Advertising; Alpha Delta Sigma, President (4); 

Iilini Union Committee Member (3, 4); Iilini Union Committee Chairman (3, 4); 
Major Chairman of iilini Union Committee (4); Student Musicals (4); Grinnell College. 

LEVINE, HOVI/ARD CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; PHI EPSILON PI; Pre-Law Club 

(4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Boxing (1); Debate Club (1); 
Lambda Lambda Delta (1), Navy Pier. 

LEVINE, SUSAN JANET SKOKIE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Biology; BUSEY; Iilini Guide 

(2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club (1); Student National Education Association (4); Student 
Peace Union (2); Iilini House (3). 



LEVISON, WILLIAM SAMUEL SKOKIE; B.S. in Communications; FORBES; The Daily Iilini 

(3); University Theatre Crew (1); N.A.A.C.P. (4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3). 

LEVKA, SIMON EDWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Air Force ROTC, Major; Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

LEVY, LOGAN LAWRENCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Agricultural Industries; SIGMA TAU GAMMA; 

Delta Sigma Omicron (I); Hoof and Horn Club (3, 4). 



lEWIN, DELORES ANN ZION; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZETA; iilini Union 

Committee Member (3); Student National Education Association (4); Carroll College. 

LEWIS, JACQUELINE HOFFMAN ESTATES; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Iilini Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew 
(I); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Angel Flight (2, 3, 4); Russian Club (4); Young 
Republicans Club (2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

LEWIS, PATRICIA JO INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA; B.S. in Advertising; EVANS; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; University Theatre Crew (1); Student Musicals (2, 3). 



LEY, JUDITHE CHICAGO; A.B. in Interior Design; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Spanish 

Club (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois, 

LIBERTA, PAM ANN LA SALLE; A.B. in L.A.S., French; DELTA ZETA; The Daily Iilini (!)■ 

The ILLIO (I); French Club (1). 

LIBMAN, ROBERT JAMES CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Accountancy; ZETA BETA TAU; Alpha 

Kappa Psi; Army ROTC, Major; Pershing Riflc-s (1, 2); Accountancy Club (1, 2); 
Counter Guerrilla (2, 3), Executive OfTiccr (3); Commerce Honors Program; Honors 
Day (2). 



LICHTENSTEIN, CARY ROGER LINCOLNWOOD; B.S, in Finance; TAU EPSILON PHI; The 

Daily lllini (I, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1, 2); Commerce Council (2, 3); 
Iilini Guid'.- (3, 4); Accountancy Club (I, 2); Finance Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Marketing 
Club (1, 2, 3); Rho Epsilon (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2); 
Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (I, 2). 

LIEBERMAN, THOMAS JULIUS CHICAGO; B.S. In Accountancy TWIN PINES, House 

Prosidirit (4); Accountancy Club (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois. 

LIEBIER, MAROVE SUE HIGHLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; W.S A. Board 

(3, 4); W PG.U. (2); WS.A. Golf (2, 3, 4); Nallona! Council of Teachers of English 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Washington University. 



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LIEBOVICH, PATRICIA SUZETTE ROCKFORD; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; Student Mu- 
sicals (2, 3). 

LINDLEY, LEON ORVAl POTOMAC; B.S. in General Engineering; Society of General 

Engineers (4); General Motors Institute-. 

LINDSAY, PHILIP BRADSHAW CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; Rifle 

Team, Varsity Squad (4); Concert Band (1, 2); Marching lllini (I, 2); A.I.Ch.E. (I); 
I.S.P.E. (4); M.I.S. {4, 5); Rifle and Pistol Club (4). 

LINLEY, LOIS VIOLET CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES; lllini Union 

Committee Chairman (3); Folk Song Club (4); French Club (4); Young Republicans 
Club (4); Northern Illinois University. 

LINN, ROBERT BRUCE DECATUR; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Sachem; The 

Daily lllini (I, 2, 3); Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

LIPINSKI, RONALD DENNIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; CHI PHI, House 

President (4); Skull and Crescent; Campus Chest (2); lllini Guide (3); I.E.E.E. (4); 
Honors Day (I, 2). 

LIPKA, JUDITH ELLEN CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Latin; ALPHA 

DELTA PI; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (2); First Regimental Band (4); Second 
Regimental Band (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (I, 2). 

LITTLE, SHIRLEY USONA NAPERVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; The Daily lllini (2); Young Republicans Club (2); James Scholar (1). 

LITWIN, MARK SIDNEY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; TAU EPSILON PHI; Stude-nt 

Senate (2, 3); Major Committee of Student Senate (2, 3); Student Musicals (3); Greek 
Week Committee (4); Folk Song Club (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3); Honors 
Day (3); Roosevelt University. 

LITWIN, ROBERTA CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Art Education; INDECO; University Theatre Crew/ 

(1); Student National Education Association (3). 

LOBOSCO, PATRICIA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; VANLIG; French Club (1, 2); 

Student National Education Association (2); Honors Day (I); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois. 

LOMBAER, THOMAS DONALD PARK FOREST; B.S. in Electrical Engineering. 

LOPEZ, MARCO ANTON RAMSEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Italian Club (3); Association 

of International Students (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Span- 
ish Club (1); Association of International Students (1); Latin American Club (1), 
Navy Pier. 

LORENZ, LINDA LEE URBANA; B.S. in L.A.S., Botany; Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Union 

Committee Member (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I). 

lOUEY, PETER PAK LEE HONG KONG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Chinese Student 

Club (2, 3, 4); I.E.E.E. (4). 

lOUGEAY, DENIS HOWARD BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MEDEA; Student 

Musicals (2); A.S.C.E. (4); Society of General Engineers (I). 

LOUGH, WILLIAM BERNARD EAST ST. LOUIS; B.S. in Forestry; ALPHA SIGMA PHI; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (1); Greek Week Committee (1, 2); lllini Foresters (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Young Democrats Club (1, 2). 

LOVESTED, LINDA SUE MOLINE; B.S. in Secretarial Training; DELTA ZETA; University 

Theatre Crew (I); Junior Panhellenic (1); Greek Week Committee (1). 

lOWE, WILLIAM WAYNE PITTSFIELD; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

Air Force ROTC, Cadet Major; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4). 

LOYET, JERRY LEE HIGHLAND; B.S. in Music Education; TARA HALL; Phi Mu Alpha- 

Sinfonia, President (4); Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); .Marching lllini (I, 2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Orchestra (4); Repertory Orchestra (2, 3); Oratorio Society (2); Jazz Band (3, 4); 
Music Honors Program {1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

lUALDI, JAMIE LOU HERRIN; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA PHI; The ILLIO 

(2, 3); Junior Panhellenic (I). 

lUCARELLI, LAWRENCE ALBERT OAK LAWN; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; NEWMAN 

HALL; American Ceramic Society (2, 3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. (I). 

LUDLOW, JERALD BLANCH CLAYTON, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture. 

LUDWIG, DONNA JEAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PALAMAR; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois; Equestrian Club (I, 2); Honors Day (2), Navy 
Pier. 





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LUDWIG, JOY COLLETTE KIRKLAND; B.S. in Home Economics Education; WALNUT HALL; 

Home Economics Education Advisory Committee (3). 

LUDWIG, KENNETH LEE WORDEN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; MEDEA; Illinois Technograpti 

(3); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Southern Illinois University. 

LUECHT, DALE WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; W.P.G.U. (3); James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; James Scholar 
(1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

lUECHTEFELD, DANIEL ALVIN MASCOUTAH; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Commerce Honors Program (3); Honors Day (3). 

LUKASEVICIUS, BIRUTE K CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; LEEMAN LODGE; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; American Chemical Society (2, 3), President 
(3); Engineering Council (3); Latin Club (1, 2, 3), Navy Pier. 

LUNDBERG, NAN MARGO LIBERTYVILLE; B.S. in Communications; SHERWOOD LODGE; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Alpha Chron; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3, 4); Folk 
Song Club (2, 4); Young Democrats Club (2, 3, 4); Association of International Stu- 
dents (3); lllini International (3); James Scholar (1). 

LUNDEEN, HOWARD ROBERT ALTONA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; GARNER; Tau 

Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (4); Honors Day (2, 3); Augustana College. 

LUNDEEN, JUDITH ANNE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Communications; ALPHA OMICRON PI; 

Mask and Bauble; Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (4); University Theatre 
Manager (2, 3); Orchesis (2); Angel Flight (3, 4); DePauw University. 

LUPTAK, GLORIA IRENE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; BUSEY; Pi Sigma 

Alpha; lllini Guide (2); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4). 

LURIE, MICHAEL HARRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Accountancy Club (4); Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Commerce Club (1), President (1); Student 
Congress (2); Young Democrats Club (3); Activities Honorary (3), Navy Pier. 

LUTZ, ROBERT EDWIN CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; DELTA UPSILON; The ILLIO (I, 2). 

LUTZ, SHELDON HARVEY CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; ARMORY HOUSE; 

I.A.S. (4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 



LUXEN, ROBERT JOHN BENSENVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; NEWMAN; Accountancy 

Club (3, 4); Marketing Club (3); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

LYNN, JOHN CHRISTIAN, JR PARK RIDGE; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engi- 
neering; MINAWA; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

LYON, RICHARD JEROME JONESBORO, ARKANSAS; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; FORBES, 

House President, (3); Delta Sigma Omicron. 

MACKEY, RICHARD GLEN PERU; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; NEWMAN HALL; Anthropology 

Club (3); LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College. 

MACKOWIAK, BARBARA ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; BUSEY. 

MAEDER, CELESTE FRANCES SKOKIE; B.S- in Recreation; American Recreational Society 

(2, 3, 4). 

MAFFIA, MARY ELLEN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Univer- 
sity Theatre Manager (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (3); Junior Panhellenic (3); South- 
ern Illinois University. 

MAGER, GERALD MARVIN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; CHI PHI; Pi Sigma 

Alpha; University Theatre Crew (3, 4); James Scholar (3, 4); Honors Day (3); Uni- 
versity of Illinois Scholarship Key (3): Navy Pier Extension of the University ot 
Illinois; Intcrn.ilional Relations Club (2); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2), 
Navy Pier. 

MAGIDSON, ELLIOT ARTHUR CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; WESTON; Alpha Ph. 

Omega; Omega Beta Pi; lllini Sportsman's Club (2, 3). 

MAGNUS, ELIZABETH ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ARBOR 

SUITES; Chicago Teachers College. 

MAGNUSON, RITA BETH CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; ARBOR SUITES; Honors 

Day (1). 

MAGNUSON, SUSAN HELEN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA ZETA; 

University Theatre Crew (3, 4); University Chorus (3); Madrigal Chorus (2); Sludenl 
National Education Association (2, 3, 4); MacMurray College. 



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MAHNKE, RUTH CAROLYN ROCKFORD; A,B. in L.A.S., Political Science; VAN DOREN; 

Freshman Seminar (1); Spanish Club (2); Student National Education Association (2); 
Young Republicans Club (1). 

MALATESTA, RONALD PAUL CHICAGO; B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering; ARMORY 

HOUSE; MIS. (3); De Paul University. 

MALEK, CARLYN JUNE STICKNEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Physiology; VAN DOREN; Omega Beta 

Pi; mini Union Committee Member (1, 2); L.A.S. Honors Program (3, 4); James 
Scholar (1, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

MALMGREN, CARL WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; SIGMA PHI EPSILCN; 

Greek Week Committee (4); Army ROTC, Lieutenant; Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Ac- 
countancy Club (3); Marketing Club (4); Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment (4). 

MALMGREN, CHARLES McDONELL WORTH; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology. 

MANASTER, DOROTHY ETHEL CHICAGO: A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

VAN DOREN; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MANGOLD, CAROL LYNNE MASON CITY; B.S. in Music Education; ALLEN HALL; Mu Phi 

Epsilon; The Daily lllini (3); lllini Union Program Board (2); University Choir (1, 2, 3); 
Madrigal Chorus (3); Oratorio Society (4); Student Musicals (3); Folk Song Cub (4). 

MANHEIM, GLEN EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Administralion; BETA SIGMA 

PSI; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); Junior Interfraternity 

Council (1); Greek Week Committee (1, 2); Air Force ROTC, Major; Society for the 
Advancement of Management (3, 4). 

MANKIN, WYATT BURTON CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma 

Pi; Student Senate (4); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); Commerce Council 
(3, 4), President (4); Folk Song Club (4); Marketing Club (3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Young Democrats (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

MANNING, JOHN CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Forestry; NEWMAN; Navy Pier Extension 

of the University of Illinois. 

MANNING, MARGARET ANN LADD; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA CHI 

OMEGA; Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1); 
Campus Chest (1); W.P.G.U. (1); Junior Panhellenic I 1 ); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1). 

MARCUS, STEPHEN ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; lllini Union Committee Member (1); Campus Chest 
(2, 3); llligreek (3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); Commerce Honors 
Program (3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MAREK, ROBERT THOMAS BERWYN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau 

Sigma; A.S.ME. (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

MARGOLIS, EDWARD STUART CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; Phi Eta Sigma; James 

Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
Student Congress (1), Navy Pier. 

MARKS, EARL MATTHEW MEXICO, NEW YORK; B.S. in Industrial Administration; DELTA 

CHI; Navy ROTC, Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (1); Phalanx (2, 3, 4), President (4); 
Society for the AcJvancement of Management (3, 4). 

MARLEY, JEROME DONALD NOKOMIS; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Southern Illinois University. 

MARLOW, LARRY DON CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Forestry; PHI KAPPA PSI; lllini Foresters 

(I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

MARLOWE, LYLE HARRISON HUNTLEY; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Ep- 
silon; Engineering Council (4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors 
Day (1, 2). 



MARMIS, CARY CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Physical Education; SIGMA ALPHA MU; Phi Epsilon 

Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day {2, 3). 

MARSH, WILLIAM ROBERT GLENWOOD; B.S. in Electrical Enginesring; ORCHARD 

DOWNS, House Presidant (3); I.E.E.E. (4); University of Texas. 

MARSHALL, GARY WARREN WASHINGTON; Bachelor of Architecture; Scarab; A.I. A. (3, 4). 



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MARSHAIL, JUANITA ANN NILES; A.B. in L.A.S., Home Economics; KAPPA KAPPA 

GAMMA; Cheerleader (3, 4); Pompons (2). 

MARTENS, WlllARD DOUGLAS BERWYN; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT, House President 

(3, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); Commerce Honors Program (3); Morton Junior 
College. 

MARTIN, MARIANNE CATHY SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; TAFT; lllini 

Guide (2); Young Republicans Club (2). 

MARTIN, MARY DIANA CANTON; B.S. in Music Education; SIGMA KAPPA; Concert Band 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Repertory Orchestra (2); Oratorio Society (4); Young Republicans Club 
(3, 4). 

MARTIN, SANDRA JO ARTHUR; B.S. in Home Economics; McKINLEY; Home Economics 

Club (4); Baker University. 

MASIANKA, FRANK STANELY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Anthropology; FOUR COLUMNS; 

Anthropology Club (2, 3). 

MASON, DONALD GENE DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., German: TAMAROA; Delta Phi Alpha; 

German Club (3, 4); Russian Club (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

MASON, WILLIAM GERALD RIVERDALE; B.S. in Economics; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; Thorn- 
ton Junior College; University of Michigan. 

MASSOCK, LINDA JEAN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; CHI OMEGA; The 

Daily lllini (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew (2); Greek Week Committee (2). 

MATLOCK, SUE MARJORIE YORKVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; B.S. in 

L.A.S., Physical Science; EVANS; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Honors Day 
(I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MATLOSZ, DENNIS MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronomical Engineer- 
ing; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Air Force ROTC, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel; Arnold 
Air Society (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MATTHEWS, THOMAS LEE HINSDALE; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE. 

MATTSON, ARTHUR ELMER DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Accountancy; EVANS SCHOLARS; 

Basketball Manager (1); Military Ball Committee (1); Sno-Ball Committee (1); Account- 
ancy Club (4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Young Republicans 
Club (4); Elmhurst College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MATTSON, STEPHEN JOSEPH MORRIS; A.B. in L.A.S., History; DELTA UPSILON; Skull and 

Crescent; Star Course Manager (1, 2); Campus Chest (1); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; 
Association of U. S. Army (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

MATTSSON-BOZE, DANIEL WINSTON PRAIRIE VIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., English; SNYDER; 

German Club (4), President (4); Michigan State University; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; Union Committee Member (3), Navy Pier. 

MAXWELL, RUSSELL JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SCOTT; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Phi Beta Kappa; Physics Society (3); Honors Day (], 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3). 

MAY, CAROLE LOUISE CHESTER; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; Second Regi- 
mental Band {3); Oratorio Society (3); Lindenwood College. 

MAY, JAMES EDWARD AURORA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; NEWMAN; lllini Guide (4). 

I.E.E.E. {3, 4); University of Colorado. 

MAYO, LARRY GENE .... BONE GAP; B.S. in Accountancy; Young Republicans Club (4). 

McAFOOS, PAMELA ANN AURORA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; DELTA ZETA; 

The ILLIO (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Chair- 
man (3); University Theatre Manager (3); University Theatre Crew (3); Junior Pan- 
hellenic (3); lllini Guide (2); Greek Week Committee (3); Sno-Ball Committee (2); 
Physical Education Majors Club (2); Student National Education Association (I, 2); 
Young Republicans Club (1, 2). 

McARDLE, PHILIP JOHN COAL CITY; B.S. in Dairy Science. 

McCARRON, JUDITH LYNN WEBSTER GROVES, MISSOURI; B.S. in Accountancy; BUSEY; 

Torch; Alpha Chron; lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); W.I.S.A. Executive Council 
(2); lllini Guide (2, 3); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

McCLARY, CHARLES QUINCY JERSEYVILLE; B.S. in Animal Science; Fencing, Freshman 

Squad (I); Army Drum and Bugle Corps (1, 2). 

McCLEERY, MARGARET BETH AURORA; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; ARBOR SUITES; 

Star Course Manager (1, 2); Oratorio Society (1); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Illinois Speech Correction Association (3, 4). 

McCLINTOCK, SYLVIA ANN TUSCOLA; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee- Member (1, 2); Star Course Manager (1); Oratorio Society 
(2, 3, 4), 

McClURE, DAVID JOHN WARRENSBURG; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; PHI SIGMA 

KAPPA, House President (3, 4); Skull and Crescent; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; I.P.C. 
Pholorjr.iphy StaflF (3, 4); Illinois Technogrnph (3, 4); Weslev Executive Council (2, 3); 
/■frny Or./m nnd Bugle Corps (I, 2); I.E.E.E. {2, 3, 4); Synton (2, 3, 4); Young Demo 
fr„l-, ri.;b (1, 2). 

McCOLlUM, LINDA RUTH DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in SocrclorinI Trnining; GAMMA PHI 

lifclA; lllini Union Committee Member (I), 



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McCOlLUM, THOMAS HAROLD DES MOINES, IOWA; B.S. in L.A.S., Finance; TAU KAPPA 

EPSILON; Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini 
Union Committee Chairman (3, 4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Tribe of lllini 
(3, 4); Tennis, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); IM Rec 
Board (3); A.I.A. (1, 2, 3); Finance Club (4). 

McCONOTHY, RONALD K GODFREY; B.S. in Forestry; PHI KAPPA SIGMA; The Daily 

lllini (I); University Chorus (2); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Oratorio Society (3); Greek 
Week Committee (2); Honors Day (I). 

McCOY, GARY LYNN LOVINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; BRANDOLIER, House Presi- 
dent (4); Honors Day (1). 

McCULLOUGH, GORDON ALLEN KANKAKEE; B.S. in Wood Technology; PHI KAPPA PSI. 

McDEVITT, CAROLYNNE K CHICAGO; B.S. in Music Education; University Theatre Crew 

(3, 4); University Chorus (2); Women's Glee Club (1); Oratorio Sociely (3); Student 
Musicals (3); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Webster College. 

McGEE, MARGARET ANN MARSHALL; A.B. in L.A.S., Social Science Education; ARBOR 

SUITES; Student National Education Association (3, 4). 

McGINlEY, SHARON GAE BUSHNELL; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PRESBY; Y.W.C.A. (4); 

lllini Guide (4); Sno-Ball Committee (I); Young Republicans Club (1). 

McGregor, GEORGE EDWIN NILES; B.S. in industrial Engineering; PHI KAPPA TAU; Star 

and Scroll; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman 
(4); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Greek Week Committee (I); A. I. I.E., A.I.S. 
(3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3). 

MclNERNEY, ROBERT DENNIS CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MclNTOSH, ALICE REID HICKSVILLE, NEW YORK; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Pre-Vet Club 

(3, 4). 

MclNTOSH, PATRICIA ANN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS; University 

Theatre Crew (1). 

Mcknight, ANN ruth champaign; B.S. in Recreation; KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA; 

Y.W.C.A. (3); American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); James Scholar (2, 3); Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



McLEARY, THOMAS LIVINGSTON CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA PHI 

ALPHA; Baseball, Freshman Squad (1); N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3, 4). 

McMAHON, PETER HUGH DES PLAINES; B.S. in Marketing; PI KAPPA PHI; lllini Guide (4); 

Accountancy Club (2, 3); Marketing Club (3, 4); St. Bede Junior College. 

McNUTT, ARTHUR EDWARD BLOOMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 

University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

McQUITTY, THOMAS OGDEN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; HOPKINS; Second 

Regimental Band (I, 2). 

McVICKER, HARLEY KEITH, JR GLENVIEW; B.S. in Management; LAMBDA CHI ALPHA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); DePauw University. 

McWILLIAMS, SARAJANE LITCHFIELD; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA CHI OMEGA, 

House President (4); Torch; The ILLIO (I, 2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); 
lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Pompons (1); Illinois Technograph (4); Guidons 
(I); Honors Day (I). 

MEDINTZ, MARVIN IRA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; GARNER, House President (3); 

Campus Chest (3); Northwestern University. 

MEIER, GREGG EDWIN GENESEO; B.S. in Agriculture; MEDEA; University Chorus (4); 

Agricultural Judging Team (4); Folk Song Club (2); Hoof and Horn Club (4). 

MEIER, KATHRYN ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; Town and Area, 

House President (3); Campus Chest (3); A.C.E. (3, 4); Student National Education 
Association (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

MEIER, MARY LOIS ST. ANNE; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; PRESBY; Student National 

Education Association (4); Young Republicans Club (4); Phi Beta Lambda; Illinois 
Business Education Association (4); Commerce Honors Program (I). 

MEIER, PAUL ARTHUR DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. 

(I, 2, 3, 4, 5). 

MELAMED, MITCHELL JAY LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; PHI EPSILON PL- 
Young Democrats Club (4); lllini Union Committee Member (2); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 




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THE CLOCK on the Union tower is familiar and useful to all students. 
They may thank the class of 1878 for giving it as a gift to the 
University. 





WIEIAMED, PHILLIP HENRY CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension ot the University of Illinois; 
Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

iVlELLOW, BARRY ALAN CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Omega Beta Pi; lllini Union 

Board (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Student Congress (2); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois; French Club (1); Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

MELNICOVE, GARY PAUL BETHESDA, MARYLAND; Bachelor of Architecture; Tribe 

of lllini, President (5); Sw^imming, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 4), Fresh- 
man Squad (I); Rugby, Varsity Squad (5, 6); Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Rye Fardel 
Students Club (5, 6). 



MENDLER, RICHARD ANDREW CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4). 

MERGEN, DENNIS GEORGE CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; SCOTT, House President 

(2); Marketing Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancemant of Management (4). 

MERKELO, JERRY CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); Ukrainian 

Students Club (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



MERTEN, BARBARA LEE SPRINGFIELD; B.S. m Elementary Education; MANSION, House 

President (4); Star Course Manager (1); Student Senate (1); Ski Club (4). 

MESSLING, MARY KATHRYN SPRINGFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., French; LEEMAN LODGE; 

Springfield Junior College. 

METZ, OLIVE DAWN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy. 



MEYER, DIANE JEANETTE BROOKFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S., French; PHI MU, President (4), 

lllini Union Committee Member (2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (2, 3) 
W.P.G.U. (4); Student Senate (2); University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (I, 2, 3, 4) 
Madrigal Chorus (3); French Club (2, 3, 4). 

MEYER, JEROME HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing and Management. 

MEYER, MICHAEL RALPH OTTAWA; B.S. in Economic Theory; SNYDER; The Daily lllini 

[2, 3, 4); lllini Union Committee Member (2); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Air Force 
Drill Team (1). 



MEYER, PAULETTE ELAINE O'FALLON; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA PI; Shorter 

Board; Alpha Chron; Mu Phi Epsilon, President (4); First Regimental Band 0, 2); 
University Choir (3, 4); Women's Glee Club (1, 2); Baptist Student Union Executive 
Committee (2, 3); Honors Day (2, 3). 

MEYER, RICHARD JOHN HINSDALE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, 

House President (1); lllini Union Committee Member (1); I.E.E.E. (2, 3); I.S.P.E. (2); 
Society of General Engineers (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

MEYERS, WILLIAM BUDDY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI EPSILON PI, 

House President (2); Student Musicals (3); Greek Week Committee (2); Pre-Law Club 
(3); Young Democrats Club (4); Roosevelt University; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of lllinoij. 



MICARI, KENNETH VINCENT SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; PENNYSLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Or.ilorio Society (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Lake Forest College. 

MICHAEL, DENNIS RAYMOND CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; SIGMA PHI DELTA; 

Junior Inlerfralernity Council (3); Illinois Technograph (2); lllini Guide (4). 

MICHAELS, TERRY HERBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PI LAMBDA PHI; Delta Sigma 

Pi; Commerce Council (4); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



MICHAEIY, WILLIAM JAMES DES PLAINES; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVtNUL RESIDENCE; Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University ot Illinois. 

MICHEIMAN, DAVID KIRK SPRINGFIELD; A.B, in L.A.S., Psychology; BETA THETA PI; 

I'm Chi; Plii Alpha M{i; Slar Course Manager (I). 

MICKELSON, JAMES EUGENE MORRIS; U.S. 

SitjMi.i; Jolirt Junior Collutio. 



in L.A.S., Chemistry; GARNER; Alpha Chi 








MICKEVICIUS, ANDREW ALGIMANTAS OMAHA, NEBRASKA; B.S. in Communications; 

GROTTO; Alpha Delta Sigma; M.I. A. Executive Council (4); Young Democrats Club 
(3, 4); Honors Day (3); Jniversily of Omaha. 

MIENER, ROGER JAMES WHEATON; B.S. in Marketing; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE, 

House President (I); W.P.G.U. (1); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (2); Marketing Club 
(3, 4). 

MIES, EDWARD CLARENCE LOAMI; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; FARMHOUSE; Alpha 

Zeta; Gamma Sigma Delta; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Baseball Manager (1); Intramural 
Manager (2); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 3); Agricultural 
Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Agricultural Judging Team (4); Field and Furrow (2, 3); 
Hoof and Horn Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); James Scholar 
(2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MIES, WILLIAM LEO FAIRBURY; B.S. in Animal Science; Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MIESZALA, ELLEN SUE EL PASO, TEXAS; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; ALPHA OMI- 

CRON PI; University Theatre Crew (3, 4). 

MILCHRIST, PAMELA AYRES CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Physical Education Major's Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois; Activities Honorary (2); lllini Union Advisory Board (2); W.A.A. 
(1, 2); Physical Education Major's Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

MILESKO, ELAINE MARIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; THE MANSION; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois; University Choir (I); Skiing lllini (2, 3); 
German Club (1), Navy Pier. 

MILLAR, PAMELA SUE WILLI AMSViLLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; PALAMAR; Young Re- 
publicans Club (4); Sociology Club (3). 

MILLER, ALAN SCOTT PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KANSAS; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; BAB- 
COCK; NROTC, Lieutenant J.G.; Navy Council (I, 4); Pershing Rifles (I, 2, 3, 4); Tri- 
dent (3, 4); A. I. A. (I); Young Republicans Club (1). 

MILLER, ANITA JOYCE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; ARBOR SUITES, House- Presi- 
dent (4); Student Senate (4); Young Democrats Club (4); University of Miami. 

MILLER, B'ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; CHI OMEGA; The Daily lllini 

(I); lllini Union Committee Member (1); Greek Week Committee (1); Guidons (3, 4). 

MILLER, BURT JOHN BROADVIEW; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SCOTT, House Presi- 
dent (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Honors Day (1). 

MILLER, ELAINE ONITA COOKSVILLE; B.S. in Home Economics; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Second Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); S.N.I.B. (3, 4); Home 
Economics Council (3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Cooperative Extension Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Agriculture Honors Program {1, 2, 3); 
James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

MILLER, GEOFFREY CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU EPSILON PHI, House 

President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); 
Campus Chest (3, 4); Junior Interfraternity Council (2); Intramural Manager (3); lllini 
Guide (3, 4); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); University of 
California; San Jose State College; Los Angeles Valley College. 

MILLER, HENRY PAUL BERWYN; B.S. in Management; ORCHARD DOWNS; Young Republi- 
cans Club (3, 4); Morton Junior College. 

MILLER, KATHLEEN ELLEN PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; KAPPA 

KAPPA GAMMA; lllini Union Committee Member (1); University Theatre Crew (3); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (3); llligreek (2); Young Republicans Club (4). 

MILLER, LEONARD HAROLD CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Honors 

Day (1, 2). 

MILLER, LESLIE RAY PIPER CITY; B.S. in Management; University Choir (1); Marketing 

Club (4); Society for the Advancement of Management (3, 4), President (4). 

MILLER, LYNNE CHRISTINE PARK RIDGE; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; SHERWOOD 

LODGE; The ILLIO (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); 
Student Senate (2, 3); Student Musicals (2, 3); St. Pat's Ball Committee (1); Sno-Ball 
Committee (1); Young Republicans Club (1, 2). 

MILLER, MARIE ANNE RIVER FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., French; PI BETA PHI; Shorter Board; 

Torch; Campus Chest (1, 2, 3); Terrapin (1); University of Strasburg. 

MILLER, MARJORIE CAROL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Wright Junior College. 

MILLER, ROBERT ALAN ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Engineering Physics; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; W.P.G.U. 
(3); Air Force ROTC, Cadet -First Lieutenant; Engineering Honors Program (1, 2); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MILLER, STEVEN RALPH CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

ALPHA DELTA PHI; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (3, 4); Student Musi- 
cals (2); Young Republicans Club (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois; Varsity Football (2); Concert Choir (2); Madrigal Singers 
(1), Navy Pier. 

MILLHOUSE, BARBARA JANE GALENA; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Spanisfi; KAPPA 

DELTA; Mask and Bauble; University Theatre Manager (2, 3); University Theatre Crew 
(1); Campus Chest (2); Angel Flight (3, 4); Spanish Club (2); Young Republicans Club 
(3). 

MIILIKIN, PAUL STANLEY, II DANVILLE; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; HOPKINS; Phi 

Beta Lambda; Marketing Club (3); Commerce Honors Program (1, 2, 3); Honors Day 
(1, 3). 

MILLS, PAMELA ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Education Association (2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 
3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
oil Illinois. 

MILLS, SANDRA KAY HOMER; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA OMICRON PI; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); Women's Glee Club (I, 2). 



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MIllSTONE, DOUGLAS RICHARD CHICAGO; A.B. in Physical Education; TAU DELTA PHI; 

Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3); Young Democrats Club (1); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois. 

MILTON, SANDRA KAY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

MIRANDE, HECTOR XAVIER MEXICO D.F., MEXICO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Wilson 

Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MIRTICH, VINCENT LOUIS BERWYN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER; I.E.E.E. (4); 

J. Sterling Morton Junior College. 

MISCH, MARGARET JOAN ELLSWORTH; B.S. in Agricultural Science; ALPHA PHI; W.I.S.A. 

Executive Council (3); Christian Campus House Executive Council (2, 3); lllini Guide 
(2, 3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Floriculture Club (3, 4); Horticulture Club (3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (3). 

MITACEK, CAROL AGNES LYONS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALLEN; Terrapin 

(2, 3, 4); Morton Junior College. 

MITCHELL, CARY ARTHUR WOODSTOCK; B.S. in Agricultural Science; ILLI-DELL; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Council (3, 4); Field and Furrow (3, 4); Floriculture 
Club (2, 3, 4); Horticulture Club (2, 3, 4); Agriculture Honors Program; Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MITCHELL, LYNN LOUISE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; ALPHA PHI. 

MITCHELL, ROBERT EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

MOLKUP, KENNETH MICHAEL ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Marketing; THETA XI; Cam- 
pus Chest (1); Military Ball Committee, Chairman (4); Army ROTC, Captain; Phalanx 
(4); Zeta Sigma Alpha (3, 4); Marketing Club (3, 4). 

MONSON, LINDA MARION ROCKFORD; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; LINCOLN AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Honors Day (1); Rockford College. 

MONTGOMERY, WAYNE CRAIG ROBINSON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; Club Esquire; 

A.S.C.E. (4). 

MOODY, JAMES RICHARD SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Management; TAU KAPPA EPSILON; 

Sache-m; lllini Union Committee Member (1); University Orchestra (1); Men's Glee 
Club (2, 3, 4); Army ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Folk Song Club 
(3); Young Republicans Club (2, 4). 

MOONIN, MARC STEVEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; FORBES, House President (3); 

Commerce Council (3, 4); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of 
Management (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

MOORE, RUTH ANN TUSCOLA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALLEN. 

MORAN, JAMES RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE, 

House President (2); Phi Ela Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Folk Song Club (I, 2, 4); Com- 
merce Honors Program (I, 2, 3); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

MOREAU, LAWRENCE RAYMOND CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Accountancy; THETA XI; Sw/im- 

ming. Freshman Squad (1); Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 4); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Phal- 
anx (3, 4); Phi Chi Eia (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 

MOREEN, ROBERT DALE WILMETTE; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA CHI RHO, House 

President (4); Star and Scroll; Phi Mu AlpFia-Sinfonia; lllini Union Committee Chair- 
man (I); University Theatre Cast (4); Concert Band (I, 2, 3); Marching lllini (1, 2); 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MORETZ, MARY LOU PRINCETON; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA DELTA PI; The ILLIO 

(I, 2); Home Economics Club (2). 

MORGENSTERN, JACOB MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Hillel Foundation 

Executive Council (4); Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 

MOROSKY, JOAN ALICE CICLRO; B.F.A. in Art Education; Morton Junior College. 

MORRISON, JAMES LEE WAUKEGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; PI KAPPA 

ALPHA; Star and Scroll; ■student Senate (I); A.I.Ch.E. (3, 4); Russian Club (2); Young 
Republicans Club (4); Honors Day (3). 

MORRISON, RICHARD MARTIN FT. MYERS, FLORIDA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineer- 
ing; ENTREKIN CLUB, House President (4); Tomahawk; University Theatre Crew (I); 
Baptist Student Foundation Executive Council (2); Trident (3, 4); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2, 4). 

MORTON, PATRICIA ROE WHEATON; B.S. in Advertising; KAPPA ALPHA THETA; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Tau Alpha; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini 
(3, 4); A.F.S. (4); Jamc-s Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Northwestern University. 

MORTON, WARD DAVIS III CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Physical Education; DELTA UPSILON; 

Army ROTC, LiuulenanI; Association of U. S. Army (4). 

MOSHER, PATRICIA MARGUARITE QUINCY; B.S. in Elementary Education; NOBLE; Stu- 
dent Nilional Education Association (4); Western Illinois University. 

MOSSBAR6ER, ROBERT WYNN OTTAWA; B.S. in Marketing; PSI UPSILON; Skull and 

Crescent; Chi Gamma lota; Alpha Delta Sicjmn; lllini Union Committee- Member 
(I, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); University Choir (I, 2, 3); Dolphins (4); 
Air Force ROTC, Captain; Folk Song Club (4); Marketing Club (3, 4); Honors Day (3). 



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MOTT, PAMELA ANN RIVERDALE; A.B. in L.A.S., French; DELTA DELTA DELTA; Knox 

College. 

MOTY, JOYCE MARIE GLEN ELLYN; B.F.A, in Advertising Design; ARBOR SUITES; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (2). 

MOUSSERI, JOSEPH KFAR SILVER, ISRAEL; B.S. in Horticulture; WESTON; Gamma Sigma 

Delta; Folk Song Club (3); Israeli Students Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

MOY, PAMELA MEREDETH NAPERVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Psychology; BUSEY; Y.W.C.A. (4); 

Anthropology Club (4); Young Republicans Club (4); North Central College. 

MUEHLER, DEAN LEWIS ITASCA; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; TAMAROA, House Presi- 
dent (4); Military Ball Committee (4); NROTC, Ensign. 

MUELLER, WARREN ELLIS CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; ORCHARD DOWNS; Alpha 

Phi Omega; lllini Guide (4, 5); A. I. A. (4); A.S.C.E. (4); Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois; A. I. A. (1, 2, 3), Navy Pier. 

MUIR, JOANNE LESLIE BLUE ISLAND; A.B. in L.A.S., History; SHERWOOD LODGE, House- 
President (4); University Theatre Crevi/ (4); Campus Chest (2); Sno-Ball Committee 
(1, 2). 

MUIRHEID, MAX EUGENE DECATUR; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Alpha Tau Alpha; The ILLIO (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); 
Campus Che-st (2); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agricultural Economics Club (3); 
Agricultural Education Club (2); Agricultural Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1). 

MUKOYAMA, JAMES HIDEFUMI, JR CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; FORBES; Military 

Ball Committee (4); Army ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Military Council (4); Pershing 
Rifles (1, 2, 3); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4), Commander (4); Guidons (3, 4), Advisor; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; German Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

MULCRONE, LEROY THOMAS CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; NEWMAN; 

Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Stu- 
dent Education Association (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

MUKOLAS RIMVYDAS, EUGENE CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; A.I.A. (5); Lithu- 
anian Students Club (3, 4, 5); Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; A.I.A. (1, 2); Lithuanian Students Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

MUNDY, GERALD DEAN POPLAR GROVE; B.S. in Agricultural Engineering; Arnold Air 

Society (2); A.S.A.E. (3, 4); Society of General Engineers (1). 

MUNDY, MICHAEL KEITH GRANITE CITY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. (2); A.I.A. {!); A.S.M.E. (4); S.A.E. (4). 

MUNSON, DONALD EDWARD ARCOLA; B.S. in Agricultural Science; ALPHA GAMMA 

RHO; Sachem; Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; Illinois Union Committee Member (I); 
lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); 
Agricultural Council (3); Plowboy Prom Committee (2); Agriculture Honors Program 
(1); Honors Day (1). 

MURPHY, RICHARD MICHAEL BROADVIEW; B.S. in L.A.S., Economics; ALPHA TAU 

OMEGA, House President (4); Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; lllini Union Pro- 
gram Board (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Y.M.C.A. (1); Interfraternity 
Executive Council (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University 
of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

MURTAUGH, GERALD LUKE NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE, House 

President (4); Ma-WanDa; Wa-Na-See; Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; 
Eta Kappa Nu; The ILLIO (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3, 4); Major Committee 
of Student Senate (3, 4); Concert and Entertainment Board (4); lllini Guide (3); 
I.E.E.E. (2, 4); I.S.P.E. (4); Engineering Honors Program (I, 2); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3). 

MYER, MICHAEL GENE BEARDSTOWN; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; French Club (1). 

MYTTY, RONALD WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; Society of American 

Military Engineers (1); I.S.P.E. (4); Society of General Engineers (3, 4); Navy Pier 
Extension of ihe University of Illinois. 

NADEAU, JOSEPH EDWARD MARQUETTE, MICHIGAN; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Marching lllini (I, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (4); Second 

Regimental Band (1, 2, 3); L.A.S. Council (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Folk Song Club 
(3, 4;) Young Democrats Club (4). 

NAGATANi, PAULINE SACHIKO CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; VAN DOREN; 

A.C.E, (4); Student National Education Association (2); Honors Day (2, 3); Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois. 

NAKASONE, KENNETH MINORU HONOLULU, HAWAII; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (2). 

NAMCHICK, ROY ALBERT COAL CITY; B.S. in Animal Science. 

NANCE, DEAN ALLEN TALLULA; B.S. in Agriculture Science; FARMHOUSE; Alpha Zeta; 

The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (I); Major Committee of Student 
Senate (2); Greek Week Committee (1); Agricultural Economics Club (2, 3, 4); Hoof 
and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3, 4, President (4); Agri- 
culture Honors Program (1); Honors Day (1). 

NATOF, BARBARA JOY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S. , Speech; University Theatre Crew (2); 

Student National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (4); Stephens 
College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Debate Club (3); Student 
National Education Association (3); University Theatre Crew (3), Navy Pier. 








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NAUE, DENNIS ALLAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

NAUJOKAS, ELLA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; Wilson Junior College. 

NEAPOLITAN, CAROLE ANN RIVER FOREST; B.S. in L.A.S., Microbiology; Oratorio 

Society (1, 4); Navy Pier Extention of the University of Illinois; University Choir 
(2, 3); Young Democrats Club (3), Navy Pier. 



NEIGOFF, EUGENE NORMAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Alpha Phi Omega; W.P.G.U. (3, 4); Army ROTC, First Lieu- 
tenant; Phalanx (3, 4); Association of U. S. Army (3, 4); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Rifle and 
Pistol Club (4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Congress (2, 3); Engineering 
Council (2, 3), President (3); Society of American Military Engineers (1, 2); I.E.E.E. 
(1, 2), Navy Pier. 

NEISZ, WENDELL ROYCE EVANSVILLE, INDIANA; B.S. in Physical Education; PHI DELTA 

THETA; Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Football, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Freshman Squad (1); 
Fencing, Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter (4); Air Force ROTC, Captain. 

NELSON, HENRY CARL JUSTICE; B.S. in Management; SNYDER; Army ROTC, First Lieu- 
tenant. 



NELSON, JAMES PAUL ALPHA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; lllini Guide (3). 

NELSON, JERRY DONALD MOLINE; Bachelor of Architecture; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Scarab; 

The ILLIO (3, 4), Associate Editor (4); A. I. A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Young Republicans Club 
(I, 2). 

NELSON, JUDITH ELLEN RANTOUL; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; THE MANSION; 

Orchesis (2); German Club (3, 4). 



NELSON, ROBERT ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Finance; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

NELSON, ROBERT LYLE BATAVIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; lllini Union Committee Member (4); Anthropology Club (3); Folk Song 
Club (3); North Central College. 

NELSON, THOMAS EDWARD PARK RIDGE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; SCOTT; W.P.G.U. 

(4); Rifle and Pistol Club (4). 



NEPOTE, MARNO ANN DECATUR; B.F.A. in Art Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); University 
Theatre Crew/ (1); Orchesis (2); Greek Week Committee (1). 

NESTER, JANICE KATHERINE EVERGREEN PARK; B.S. in Physical Education; BUSEY; 

Physical Education Majors Club {2, 3, 4); Rockford College. 

NETTLEMAN, FREIDA LOUISE WILMETTE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; PHILEA. 



NEWMAN, JAMES ANDREW ELGIN; B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering; American Institute 

of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4); St. Joseph's College; Elgin Community College. 

NEWMAN, SHONA CAROL LINCOLNWOOD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ARBOR 

SUITES; Pi Sigma Alpha; Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Program 
(4); Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; International 
Relations Club (I); Honors Day (2), Navy Pier. 

NICHOLS, HAROLD EDWIN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA; B.S. in Industrial Education; Kappa 

Delta Pi. 



NICHOLSON, LINDA ISABEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; TAFT; Phi Beta 

Lambda; W.P.G.U. (3); Northern Illinois University. 

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM THOMAS OAK LAWN; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SCOTT; 

Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Army ROTC, Major; I.S.P.E. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4). 

NICKLES, THOMAS JACOB CHARLESTON; B.S. in L.A.S. , Mathematics; A.B. in L.A.S., 

Philosophy; SONS HOME, House President (4); Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Y.M.C.A. (1); Marching lllini (I, 2); Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Oratorio Society 
(3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Program (1, 2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 



NICOLAI, KEITH HERBERT MAYWOOD; B.S. in Civil Enginecriiuj; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE; A.S.C.E. (3, 4); Young Republicans Club (4); Navy Pier Extension ot 
the University of Illinois; A.S.C.E. (1, 2), Navy Pier. 



in Engineering Physics; 



NICOSIA, LINDA MARIE JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA; B.S. 

Kor.iiiios; American Cer.imic Society (1, 2); Honors Day (2). 

NIEMI, RUSSELL EDWIN WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; BETA SIGMA PSI; 

Star and Scroll; W.P.G.U. (I); Junior Inlerfraternily Council (2); I.E.E.E. (2); Honors 
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Among them are Mortar Board, the pin of which is shown here, 
Ma-Wan-Da, Shorter Board, and Wa-Na-See. 





NIKOL, HEDY ISOLDE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (4); German Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois; University Choir (1, 2); Chamber Choir (2); Student 
National Education Association (2), Navy Pier. 

NIVEN, KATHERINE ANN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., French; EVANS, House President (4); 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; lllini Guide- (2, 3); Student Musicals (2); Student 
National Education Association (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

NIXON, DARLEEN ELAINE RANTOUL; B.S. in Elementary Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; 

James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2). 

NIXON, LARRY SHELDON CLINTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Phi Eta Sigm-:i; Phi Kappa Phi; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; W.P.G.U. 
(2); I.E.E.E.. (2, 3, 4), President (4); I.S.P.E. (1, 2, 3); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); 
Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

NIXON, ROBERT EUGENE FARMER CITY; B.S. in Finance; TAMAROA; lllini Insurance 

Society (3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

NOCHUMSON, CHARLES JACK CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Eta Kappa Nu; I.E E.E.(4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 



NOE, LEON JOSEPH MORTON GROVE; Bachelor of Architecture; Tomahawk; Honors Day (1). 

NOFFSINGER, EDWARD BRALLIER NAPERVILLE; B.S. in Physics; SNYDER. 

NOFFTZ, VIRGINIA ANN CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; A.C.E. (4); Student 

National Education Association (4). 

NORMAN, PATRICIA ANNE LA GRANGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; LINCOLN 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; University of Grenoble. 

NORTON, GERALD ROGER FRANKLIN PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; March- 
ing lllini (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (2, 3, 4). 

NORTON, RAYMOND RALPH DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; HOUSE OF ROOJAH; 

McKinley Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); N.A.A.CP. (4); Rifle and Pistol Club 
(I, 2, 3, 4). 

NOTH, WILLIAM GERALD RIVER FOREST; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; Young Repub- 
licans Club (4); University of Notre Dom^; University of Colorado; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of (he University of Illinois. 

NOTZ, ROBERT RAYMOND HINSDALE; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. (4); S.A.E. (4); Honors Day (2). 

NOVAK, BARBARA JANE PEORIA; B.S. in Communications; ARBOR SUITES; Theta Sigma 

Phi; Zeta Phi Eta; lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); University Theatre Manager 
(3, 4); University Theatre Crew (1, 2); lllini Guide (2), 

NOVICK, ANN CAROL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ALPHA EPSILON 

PHI; Campus Chest (3); French Club (3, 4); Roose/elt University. 

NOVOTNY, JAMES ROGERS BERWYN; A.B. in L.A.S., English Literature; Chi Gamma Iota; 

Honors Day (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

NUMRICH, ROBERT WILLIAM AURORA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Kappa Phi; L.A.S. Honors Program (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

NUTT, ALFRED WALTER, JR WOODLAND; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; Keramos; W.P.G.U. (2, 3, 4). 

OBLOUK, MARGARET SUSAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; SHERWOOD; 

University Theatre Crew (I); Newman Foundalion Exe-cutive Council (2); Greek Week 
Committee (1); Guidons (I, 2, 3, 4); Education Honors Program (3, 4); Honors Day 
(2, 3). 

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM CHARLES DIXON; B.S. in Civil Engineering; NEWMAN; A.S.C.E. 

{3, 4). 



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ODCHODNICKY, NANCY ANNE LA GRANGE; B.S. in Elementary Education; ALPHA 

OMICRON PI; mini Union Committee Member (1, 3); University Theatre Manager 
(2); Dolphins (3). 

OEHMS, DIANA SHARON EVERGREEN PARK; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; BUSEY; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club 
(3, 4); Oratorio Society (2); N.A.A.C.P. (3); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day 
{1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

O'FARRELL, ELLEN LOUISE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; LINCOLN AVENUE RESI- 
DENCE; University of Kansas City; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

OGATA, CAROL MITSUKO PAHOA, HAWAII; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; 

THE MANSION; Alpha Lambda Delta; L.A.S, Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James 
Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

OGUNLADE, OMOJOLA AIYEDUN-EKITI, NIGERIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Pi 

Tau Sigma; Y.M.C.A. (3); Soccer, Varsity Squad (3); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); A.F.S. (3, 4). 

OJANUGA, GEORGE ABAYOMI LAGOS, NIGERIA; B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Western 

Illinois University. 

OKUN, BONNIE ELLEN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S. , Teaching of English. 

OLDHAM, MORRIS MARE HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT; W.P.G.U. 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Pershing Rifles (1, 2, 3, 4); Association of U. S. Army (3, 4). 

OLIN, JON MONROE BURBANK, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Physical Education; HOPKINS; 

Tribe of lllini (3); Swimming, Captain (4), Varsity Squad (3, 4), Letter (3); Dolphins 
(3, 4); Los Angeles Valley College. 

OLMSTEAD, KATHRYN JANE BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; KAPPA 

ALPHA THETA, House President (4); Alpha Lambda Delta; lllini Union Committee 
Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Oratorio Society 
(3); Northwestern University. 

OLSEN, PATRICIA MARIE GRANITE CITY; A.B. in English Education; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE. 

OLSON, BONNIE PALMER SOUTH BELOIT; B.S. in Elementary Education; 4-H HOUSE; 

Plowboy Prom Committee (I); Home Economics Club (1, 2); Honors Day (I). 

OLSON, CURTIS DAVID ... . ROCKFORD; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; MEDEA; Alpha Delta 
Sigma. 

OLSON, DONALD LANDIS, JR MOLINE; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON, 

House President (4); Skull and Crescent; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club (1, 2, 3), 
President (4); Commerce Honors Program (3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

OLSON, KAY WILLIE NORTHFIELD; Bachelor of Music; SHERWOOD LODGE; Opera Work- 
shop (3, 4); Student Musicals (1, 2, 3, 4); Homecoming Court (4). 

OLSON, NANCY JEAN GALESBURG; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ALLEN; Oratorio 

Society (3, 4); Augustana College. 

ONDRUS, ANTHONY GEORGE CICERO; B.F.A. in Architectural Engineering; A.S.C.E. (5); 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A. I. A. (1), Navy Pier. 

O'NEILL, WILLIAM JOSEPH SPRiNGFlELD; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; ARMORY 

HOUSE; Springfield Junior College; St. Louis University. 

ONESTO, ARMAND THEODORE CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; THE OREGON; 

A.F.S. (2); A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois. 

ORE, ALICE CARLS CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; Mt. Mercy College. 

ORLOWSKI, THOMAS CLAYTON MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; 

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Army Drum and Bugle Corps (3); A.I.A. (1, 2); 
Milwaukee Institute of Technology. 

ORUN, SITKI SUNDAY ISTANBUL, TURKEY; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; War College. 

OSBORN, THOMAS JOHN STREATOR; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; SCOTT; M.R.H.A. 

Judicial Board (3); Military Ball Committee (2); Air Force ROTC, Major; Arnold Air 
Society (1, 2); A.S.M.E. {I, 2, 3, 4); S.A.E. (3). 

OTRIN, RONALD ALBERT MOUNT GREENWOOD; B.S. in Forestry; lllini Foresters 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 

OTTERBACHER, ALAN GLENN ZION; B.S. in Horticulture; MEDEA; Folk Song Club (2). 

OUTIS, JANET LUCILLE RAMSEY; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS; Pi Kappa Lambda; 

Sigma Alpha Iota; Star Course Manager (1); University Choir (3, 4); Madrigal Chorus 
(3, 4); Oratorio Society (1); Honors D.iy (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 

OWEN, DAVID ALLAN DECATUR; B.S. in I.A.S., Chemistry; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Young Democrats Club (4); James Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day ( 1 1. 



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PACE, SHARON SUE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Elementary Education; GAMMA PHI BETA; 

llllini Union Committee Member (1); W.S.A. Board (3); Student Musicals (2 3); 
Guidons (2, 3); Dolphin Queen Finalist (2). 

PACENTA, MAURINE ElYSE URBANA; B S. in Communications; Town and Area, House 

President (4); Gamma Alpha Chi; Marketing Club (4); Young Republicans Club (4); 
Honors Day (3). 

PACK, WAYNE RICHARD CLARENDON HILLS; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; Physics Society 

(3); U. S. Naval Academy. 

PACQUER, JAMES GREGORY ATKINSON; B.S. in Marketing; WESTON; Marketing Club 

(2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

PAGE, DALE EDWARD CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; SCOTT; Delta Sigma Pi; Marketing 

Club (3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4;) Young Republicans 
Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program (3); George Washington University. 

PAGE, lYN ARTHUR DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; DELTA SIGMA PHI; St. Joseph's 

College. 

PAGELS, SAlllE ANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English Literature; ALPHA DELTA PI; 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; The ILLIO 
(I, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor (4); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Angel Flight (I, 2, 3, 4); English Honors Program (4); 
Honors Day (I, 2). 

PAGNI, BRUCE LEO CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; WESTON; University Theatre Cast 

(4); University Theatre Crew (4); Morton Junior College. 

PAHL, ROBERT JOHN, JR BARRINGTON; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ALWAYS INN; 

Air Force ROTC, Captain; Society of American Military Engineers (I, 2, 3); I.E.E.E. 
(1, 2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



PAJAK, THOMAS JOSEPH LOCKPORT; B.S. in Agriculture; CALHOUN HALL; Agricultural 

Economics Club (4); Joliet Junior College. 

PALM, CAROL RUTH MASON CITY; B.S. in L.A.S., English; 4-H HOUSE; James Scholar (1). 

PALM, GORDON LEE ROCKFORD; B.S. in Industrial Administration; FARMHOUSE; Intra- 
mural Council (4); Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4); IM Rec Board (4). 



PALMBERG, STEPHEN LEROY PAXTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of History; SCOTT; 

Y.M.C.A. (2); Young Republicans Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

PALMER, KENNETH ALLEN JOLIET; Bachelor of Architecture; HOUSE OF ROOJAH, House 

President (4). 

PALOIAN, ANNABELLE CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; BUSEY; lllini Christian 

Fellowship (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; German Club 
{1, 2); American Chemical Society (2), Navy Pier. 

PAPIRNIK, DONALD WAYNE CICERO; B.S. in Marketing; SCOTT; lllini Guide (3); Market- 
ing Club (2, 3, 4). 

PARDO, ROGER ROLAND NORTHLAKE; B.S. in Mangement; HOPKINS; Intramural Man- 
ager (3); Marketing Club (3, 4); Society for the- Advancement of Management (4); 
Honors Day (3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Commerce Club 
(1, 2); Intramural Sports (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

PARKS, JERRY DUANE CRETE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE, House President (3); Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; W.P.G.U. (3); I.E.E.E. (4); 
Honors Day (1, 2). 

PARMENTER, CARL LEONARD HENNEPIN; A.B. in L.A.S., French; Pi Delta Phi; Russian 

Club (3); French Club (3, 4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4). 

PASCHKE, EDWARD ERNEST CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; THETA XI; Student 

Musicals (3); Interfraternity Rush Research Committee (2, 4). 

PASKO, WILLIAM FRANCIS CHICAGO; B.S. in Physical Education; THETA CHI, House 

President (3); Ma-Wan-Da; Wa-Na-See; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; The Daily lllini (3); The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committe-e Member 
(2); University Theatre Crew (2); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2); Campus Chest (2); Intramural Council 
(2); W.P.G.U. i3); Junior Interfraternity Council (I); Interfraternity Executive Council 
(2); Freshman Seminar (1); Tribe of lllini (2, 3, 4); Football, Varsity Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (2, 3, 4), Freshman Squard (1); Mligreek (1); S.N. LB. (4); WILL (4); Student 
Musicals (2); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (3); Commerce Council 
(4); lllini Guide (2, 3); Greek Week Committee (4); IM Rec Board (I); Interfraternity 
Ball Committee (1); American Recreational Society (2, 3. 4); Council for Exceptional 
Children (4); lllini Sportsman's Club (4); Marketing Club (4); Physical Education 
Majors Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Society for the Advancement of Management (4); Student 
Peace Union (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

PASS, INA JEAN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; ARBOR SUITES; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; University Chorus (1); French Club (3, 4); James Scholar 
(1, 2); Honors Day M, 2). 

PATAY, GABRIEL SAMUEL PEKIN; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE. 

PATTERSON, MARSDEN AIMON DURAND; B.S. in Industrial Administration; HOPKINS, 

House President (3); Campus Chest (2). 




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PATTERSON, ROBERT JAMES, iH ELMHURST; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; PHI 

KAPPA TAU, House President (4); Star and Scroll; The Daily lllini (1); lllini Union 
Committe9 Member (1); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Canterbury Club Executive 
Council (1); A.F.S. (I, 2, 3, 4), President (3). 

PAUL, EUGENE CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture; OREGON; A.I. A. (3, 4); Young Re- 
publicans Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

PAUL, JAY HOWARD CHICAGO; Bachelor of Architecture Engineering; Gargoyle; A. I. A. 

(I, 2); Class Honors (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



PEACOCK, HAROLD TOM MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronaufical Engi- 
neering; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. 

PEAK, WILLIAM ROY CANTON; B.S. in Journalism; SNYDER; Kappa Tau Alpha; Sigma 

Delta Chi; Honors Day (2, 3). 

PEARLMAN, HOWARD BARRY KANKAKEE; B.S. in Accountancy; ZETA BETA TAU; Wa-Na- 

See; lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); B'nai Brith Executive Council (3), Presi- 
dent (3); Commerce Honors Council (1, 2); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce 
Honors Program (1). 



PECK, BARBARA PATRICIA ARLINGTON HEIGHTS; B.S. in Elementary Education; PI BETA 

PHI; Star Course Manager (1); Campus Chest (1); Honors Day (1). 

PECK, NATALIE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; VAN DOREN; A.C.E. (4); Stu- 
dent National Education Association (2); Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois. 

PELLETIER, PAUL EARL, III DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Business Administration; SIGMA 

NU. 



PENNELL, LARRY WAYNE MARSHALL; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; 

Indiana State College. 

PENNELL, THOMAS MELVIN ALTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; DELTA SIGMA PHI; Star 

and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. (4); St. Louis University. 

PENNING, SANDRA JANE GODFREY; B.S. in Recreation; ZETA TAU ALPHA; lllini Union 

Committee Member (1, 2. 3); Campus Chest (1, 2); Junior Panhellenic (1); University 
Chorus (1, 2); lllini Guide (4); American Recreational Society (3, 4). 



PEPPER, NANCY IVES HARVARD; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; DELTA DELTA DELTA; 

University Theatre Crew (1); Honors Day (2). 

PERDIKARIS, GEORGE A LEFKAS, GREECE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Roosevelt 

University. 

PERISHO, RAY MAURICE HANNA CITY; B.S. in L.A.S., Actuarial Science; ACACIA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Interfraternity Council (3); Interfraternity 

Executive Council (4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (2); Student Senate (2); Major 

Committee of Student Senate (4); Greek Week Committee (4); Interfraternity Ball 
Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (4). 



PEROTTO, RICHARD DANIEL GRAYSLAKE; B.S. in Marketing; CHI PHI. 

PERRONE, MATHEW R. PATRICK, JR JACKSONVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; SCOTT, 

House President (3); lllini Guide (2, 31; James Scholar (1, 2). 

PERRY, RICHARD DOUGLAS CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; DELTA SIGMA PHI; 

Interfraternity Executive Council (4); Phi Chi Eta (3); Washington University. 



PERRY, ROBERT CHARLES BROOKFIELD; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; LOOKOUT MANOR; 

Second Regimental Band (2); Army Drum and Bugle Corps (1); I.E.E.E. (4). 

PERSINO, RAYMOND VICTOR CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Sigma T,iu; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; S.A.E. (4); Engineering 
Honors Program (2, 3); Wright Junior College. 

PETER, ALBERT PAUL FOWLER; B.S. in Animal Science; MEDEA; Agricultural Judging 

loam (3, 4); Hoof and Horn Club (2, 3, 4); PreVel Club (2). 



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PETERS, KENNETH EUGENE SIDNEY; B.S. in Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia; 

Marching lllini (I, 2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Musicals (3). 

PETERSEN, PAUL CHRISTIAN CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; CLUB ESQUIRE; Marketing 

Club (3, 4); Wilson Junior College. 

PETERSON, BEVERLY KLINE CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Recreation; ZETA TAU ALPHA; lllini 

Union Committee Member (1); Lutheran Students' Foundation Executive Council (1); 
Greek Week Committee (3); Young Republicans Club (1, 2, 3); American Recreation 
Society (I, 2, 3, 4). 



PETERSON, CHARLES THEODORE KANKAKEE; A.B. in L.A.S., English Literature; PHI 

KAPPA PSI, House President (3); lllini Union Committee Member (3); James Scholar (I). 

PETERSON, WILLIAM MANFRED MOLINE; B.S. in LAS., Physics; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathe- 
matics; MEDEA, House President (4); Student Senate (2, 3); Physics Society (3, 4). 

PETERSONS, ILZE SARMITE MAYWOOD; B.S. in Education; PHILEA; James Scholar (2); 

Illinois State Normal University. 

PETRAITIS, JOHN MICHAEL CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., German; Newman Executive 

Council f3); German Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; 
German Club (I, 2, 3), Navy Pier. 

PETRARCA, JENNIE CHICAGO HEIGHTS; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; DELTA 

DELTA DELTA, House President (4); Mortar Board, President; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; The Daily lllini (1); Star Course Manager (I, 2); Junior 
Panhellenic (I); Panhellenic-WISA Coordinating Committee (4); Student Senate (2, 3); 
James Scholar (I, 2); Honors Day (I, 2). 

PETRUCELLI, ROBERT CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; MEDEA; Ameri- 
can Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (1); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 3); Commerce 
Club (I, 2). 



PETRY, DANIEL DALE DUQUOIN; B.S. in Civil Engineering; A.S.C.E. (4, 5); lllini Sports- 
man's Club (2, 3); Society of Construction Engineers (3, 4). 

PFLUEGER, JUDITH MARIE EVANSTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; McKINLEY; The Daily 

lllini (2); lllini Union Committee Member (2); James Scholar (I). 

PHELPS, ROBERT JAMES ELGIN; B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering; Illi- 
nois Technograph (4); American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (3, 4); 
Engineering Open House (3, 4); St. Joseph's College. 



PHILLIPS, JANE WESTCOTT PARK RIDGE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; CHI OMEGA, 

House President (4); Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Daily 
lllini (I, 2); Star Course Manager (2, 3, 4); Freshman Seminar (1); Concert and 
Entertainment Board (4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

PHILLIPS, NANCY ELLEN CLINTON; B.S. in Home Economics; ALPHA GAMMA DELTA; 

Shorter Board, President; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Nu; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Council (2, 3), President (3); Angel Flight (1, 2); 
Home Economics Club (3, 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

PICKMAN, ANDREA LEA CHICAGO; B.S. in Education of the Deaf; THE MANSION; 

Freshman Seminar (1); D. B. Students Club (2, 3), President (4); Roosevelt University. 



PILOT, JUDY LEA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Speech Correction; VAN DOREN; Zeta Phi 

Eta; Orchesis (4); lllini Speech Correction Association (I, 2, 3, 4), President (4). 

PINKEL, CAROLYN IRENE BELLEVILLE; B.S. in Elementary Education; SHERWOOD; Illinois 

State University. 

PINTO, STEPHEN GARY WILMETTE; B.S. in Economics; ZETA BETA TAU; lllini Union 

Committee Member (3); Campus Chest (I, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); 

Major Committee of Student Senate (2); llligreek (2); lllini Guide (3); Greek Week 
Committee (2, 3). 



PLATT, JOAN LOUISE DAVENPORT, IOWA; B.S. in Music Education; ZETA TAU ALPHA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Major 
Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); Star Course Manager (2); University Or- 
chestra (1, 2, 3); Student Musicals (1, 2); Greek Week Committee (2). 

PLATTNER, DANIEL RAY GOODFIELD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; TOWNE, House Presi- 
dent (3); lllini Union Committee- Member (1, 2, 3, 4); A.S.C.E. (3, 4). 

PLAUSHINES JOAN ELLEN WAUKEGAN; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children; ALPHA CHI OMEGA; Pompons (3, 4); Student Musicals (2, 3); Military Ball 
Committee (3); Angel Flight (1, 2); Council for Exceptional Children (3); James 
Scholar (2); Honors Day (3). 



PLES KOVITCH, NANCY JANE OTTAWA; A.B. in L.A.S., English Literature; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE, House President (3); Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; W.P.G.U. 
(2, 4); Panhellenic-W.I.S.A. Coordinating Committee (4); James Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (1). 

PLICNER, CARL ANDREW CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; GARNER; Young 

Democrats Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 

POCH, CHARIENE ARTIS WAUSAU, WISCONSIN; A.B. in Communications; ALLEN; Theta 

Sigma Phi; lllini Guide (3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron (3, 4); University of-' Wisconsin. 



POCIUS, PAUL ANTHONY OGLESBY; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Chemistry; WESTON; 

LaSalle-Peru Oglesby Junior College. 

PODJASEK, FREDERICK ALBERT CHICAGO; B.F.A. in Advertising Design; PHI KAPPA 

SIGMA, House President (4); Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily lllini (2); lllini Guide (4). 

POLFLIET, GARY DEAN ERIE; B.S. in Animal Science; CAMPUS VIEW; Men's Glee Club 

(I, 2, 3, 4); S.N.I.B. (1, 2); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 4). 



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POLING, JACK RICHARD MONTICELLO; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SNYDER; lllini Guide (4). 

POILOCK, JUDY ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Commercial Teaching; Phi Beta Lambda; Uni- 
versity Theatre Crew (2); Freshman Seminar (t); Marketing Club (3); Honors Day (3). 

POMIERSKI, JUDITH ANN CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Campus Talent (3, 4); Student Musicals (3, 4); Morton Junior College. 



PONCHER, RANDY ARMAND EVANSTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; ZETA BETA TAU; 

Omega Beta Pi; Campus Chest (1); Student Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Major Committee ot 
Student Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); L.A.S. Honors Program (I, 2, 3, 4); James Scholar 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2). 

POPER, MICHAEL CHARLES CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PRAETORIANS; lllini Union 

Committee Chairman (2); Hillel Foundation Executive Council (3, 4); Military Ball 
Committee (3); Army ROTC, First Lieutenant; Pershing Rifles (1, 2); Accountancy 
Club (3, 4); Association of U. S. Army (3, 4). 

POPPE, CLYDE NELSON CULVER, INDIANA; Bachelor of Architecture; FORBES. 



PORTER, DAVID KENNETH CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; DELTA UPSILON; 

Star Course Manager (I); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); NROTC, Midshipman Lieu- 
tenant, Company Commander; Navy Council (3, 4); Trident (3, 4); I.E.E.E. (2, 3, 4); 
Young Republicans Club (1, 2); James Scholar (I); Honors Day (3). 



PORTH, ELI CHICAGO; 

of Illinois. 



B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Navy Pier Extension of the University 



PORTNOY, STUART MICHAEL SKOKIE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Junior 

Interfraternity Council (1); Marketing Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 



SNYDER, House President (3); 
Jazz Band (2); lllini Guide (4); 



POTSIC, WILLIAM CICERO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; 

Marching lllini (2, 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3); 
Judo Club (4); Morton Junior College. 

PRAWIUS, VERNER FREDERICK DOWNERS GROVE; B.S. in Dairy Technology; GARNER; 

Dairy Technology Society (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



PRENTICE, 



JUDITH KAY ROCHELLE; B.S. in L.A.S., 

University Theatre Crew (2); Concert Band (I, 2, 



Mathematics; ALPHA XI DELTA; 
3, 4); Honors Day (I). 



PRESS, MICHAEL ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; ARMORY HOUSE; Accountancy 

Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Commerce Club (1); 
Honors Day (1), Navy Pier. 

PRESSER, ABRAHAM LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLI- 
NOIS STREET RESIDENCE; lllini Union Committee Member (4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Illi- 
nois Technograph (4); I.E.E.E. (I, 2, 3, 4); A. I. I.E., A.l.S. (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club 
(3, 4); Spanish Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Copacabana (3, 4). 

PRETZEL, WALTER DAVID CHICAGO; B.S. in Industrial Engineering; SYNDER; A.F.S. 

(3); A.I. I.E., A.l.S. (4); l.S.P.E. (3); Wright Junior College 



PRICE, ALLAN STUART CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PI LAMBDA PHI; 

Illinois Technograph (3); A.S.M.E. (3, 4). 

PRICE, PATRICIA LYNNE RAMSEY; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; VAN DOREN; lllini Guide (3). 

PRINCE, RICHARD WAYNE DIXON; B.S. in Management and Finance; BETA THETA PI; 

Sachem; Star Course Manager (I, 2, 3); Concert and Entertainment Board (4); Army 
ROTC, Captain; Phi Chi Eta (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 



PROCTOR, SHELDON JAMES KANKAKEE; B.S. in Accountancy; SIGMA NU; Delta Sigma 

Pi; Star Course Manager (I, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Golf, Freshman 
Squad (1); Accountancy Club (3, 4); Commerce Honors Program; Honors Day (I). 

PROSEN, GREGORY CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Russian Area Studies; PHI GAMMA DELTA; 

Football, Varsity Squad (2). 

PROSSER, MARY SUE MORTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Phi Beta Lambda; Newman Club Executive Council (4); Commerce 
Council (1); lllini Guide (4); Commerce Honors Program (1); Honors Day (1). 



PRUSAK, MAXIMILIAN MICHAEL GRANITE CITY; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; ALPHA 

DELTA PHI; Phalanx (3, 4); Folk Song Club (3, 4). 

PSYCHOGIOS, ANGELOS H AKRA-TRIPOLIS, GREECE; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; 

Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Uu; University of Illinois Scholarship Key (4); Wright Junior 
College. 

PTACEK, CAROLE ANN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; Illinois Institute of 

Technology; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



PURCEIL, LAWRENCE lEE PALATINE; A,B. in L.A.S., History; SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON; 

lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Student Senate (I, 2); Swimming, Freshman Squad 
(I); Student Musicals (I); Dolphins (I, 2); Army ROTC, First lieutenant; Scabbard 
/ind Blade (3, 4). 

PURDES, ANDREW JOSEPH MADISON; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SNYDER, House President 

(3); Y.M.C.A. (3); James Scholar (I) 

PURDY, ROBERT CHARLES ElMHURST; B.S. in Marketing; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Alpha 

Kappa P-.i; M.irk'^tirKi Cli;l> (3, 4); Youncj R.-publicnns Club (2, 3, 4); James Schol,u(l). 




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PYCHA, CHARLES ANTHONY SOUTH MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN; B.F.A. in Industrial 

Design; SIGMA NU. 

QUERFEID, JOHN WILLIAM CLINTON; B.S. in Agricultural Economics; ALPHA GAAAMA 

RHO; lllini Union Program Board (4); lllini Union Committee Member (I); lllini 
Union Committee Chairman (2); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3); 
Department Head (4); Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4); IM Rec Board (3, 4); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (I, 2); Air Force- ROTC, Second Lieutenant; Agricultural Economics Club 
(4); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Pre-Vet Club (1); Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

QUICK, MERLE ARIIN PATOKA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; BAPTIST STUDENT CEN- 
TER; Pi Tau Sigma; Baptist Student Center Executive Council (3); A.F.S. (2, jj; 
S.A.E. (3, 4); Honors Day (1). 

QUINZI, ANTHONY JOHN HARVEY; B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; DELTA 

SIGMA PHI. 

RAACK, BARBARA JEAN MAYWOOD; B.S. in Communications; SHERWOOD; Gamma 

Alpha Chi; The Daily lllini (3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2); W.P.G.U. (1); lllini 
Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (4). 

RAASCH, GEORGE WILLIAM MERRILL, WISCONSIN; Bachelor of Architecture; A.R.A. (5); 

University of Wisconsin; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; A. I. A. (i, 2,, 
Honors Day (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

RACK), MARY ANN TAYLORVILLE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; DELTA DELTA 

DELTA; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; lllini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (1); Star Course Manager (I, 2, 3); Concert and Entertainment Board (3); James 
Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I). 

RADLE, LANA EILEEN JOLIET; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; LINCOLN AVE 

NUE RESIDENCE, House President (4); Spanish Club (3, 4); Joliet Junior College. 

RAFFl, MARIE WILMS ELMWOOD PARK; B.S. in Hom3 Economics; SIGMA KAPPA; Piii 

Upsilon Omicron; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); lllini Union Committee 
Chairman (3); University Theatre Crew (2); Home Economics Club (I, 2, 3); Honors 
Day (1). 

RAMPA, CARLO JOHN WILMINGTON; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; HOPKINS; Navy Pier 

Extension of the University of Illinois. 

RAMSDEN, RONNEY WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GARNER; Y.M.C.A. 

(1, 2, 3, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (3, 4); Illinois 
Technograph (4); I.E.E.E. (I, 2, 3, 4); Astronomical Society (3, 4); U. of I. Scuba Club 
(3); Wright Junior College; Illinois Institute of Technology. 

RANKIN, JANNA SUE FLORA; B.S. in Recreation; STRATFORD; lllini Union Committee 

Member (2); W.S.A. Board (1); University Baptist Foundation Executive Council (I); 
Sno-Ball Committee (2); American Recreational Society (2, 3, 4); Folk Song Club (3, 4); 
Honors Day (2). 

RASMUSSEN, GARY GILBERT PROPHETSTOWN; B.S. in Physical Education; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Theta Epsilon; Ptii Epsilon Kappa; The Daily lllini (2, 3); 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3); Freshman Seminar (1); Tribe of lllini (4); Baseball Manager 
(I, 2, 3), Senior Manager (4); Commerce Council (1); lllini Guide (2); Accountancy 
Club (2); Glider Club (4); Physical Education Majors Club (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (1, 2, 3); Commerce <y,^d Busmess Administration Honors Program; Honors 
Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

RAWIINGS, CLARENCE ALVIN OLNEY; B.S. in Veterinary Science; llli-Dell; Tomahawk; 

Alpha Zeta; Intramural Council (3); Intramural Manager (2); IM Rec. Board (2, 3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (I, 2); Sno-Ball Committee (1, 2); Agricultural Judging 
Team (2); Hoof and Horn Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Student Chapter Veterinary Medical 
Association (3, 4); Honors Day (2). 

REA, ROBERT KEITH AURORA; B.S. in Accountancy; ALPHA TAU OMEGA; Honors Day (3). 

REACE, SUSAN ELLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; McKINLEY; University Chorus (4); 

Commerce Honors Program (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (I)- 

READ, MARY ELLEN CHAMPAIGN; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PI BETA PHI; Shorter Board; 

Torch; Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4), President (3); Junior Panhellenic (3); Freshmen Seminar (1); 
Honors Day (1). 

REAFSNYDER, JAMES ALAN DEKALB; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; NEWMAN; 

A.I.Ch.E. (1). 



REDIN, JOHN ALBIN .... KEWANEE; B.S. in General Engineering; I.S.P.E. (4); Society of 
General Engineers (3, 4); Bethel College. 

REED, JAMES HOWARD, II MONTICELLO; B.S. in Finance; DELTA KAPPA EPSILON, House 

President (3); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Finance Club (2); Young Democrats 

Club (2). 

REED, LAURENCE WILCOX CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; Knox College. 

REED, RUSSELL ROBERT, II PERU; B.S. in L.A.S., Geography. 

REES, THOMAS EDWIN SPRINGFIELD; B.S. in Civil Engineering; FIRESIDE, House Presi- 
dent (3); lllini Guide (3); A.S.C.E. (2, 3, 4). 

REHLING, ANITA LOUISE CHICAGO; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped Chil 

dren; Bogan Junior College. 




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REID, BARBARA BETH EVANSTON; B.S. in Home Economics; ILLINOIS STREET RESI- 
DENCE; Phi Upsilon Omicron; lllini Guide (3); Home Economics Council (1); James 
Scholar (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

REIERSON, ROBERT LEE ... . DANVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; BETA SIGMA PSI; Honors 
Day (I). 

REIGER, SHIRLEY MARIE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of French; lllini Guide 

(3); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; S.E.A. (2), Navy Pier. 



REISA, LESLIE ANNE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA; The 

ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (1^ 2); University Theatre Crew (1); Campus 
Chest (1); Junior Panhellenic (1); lllini Guide (4); Young Democrats (4). 

REITZ, CRAIG NELSON DES PLAINES; B.S. in Insurance; SIGMA PHI EPSILON; Dolphins 

(4); Finance Club (4); Young Republicans Club (4); University of Arizona. 

REJALI, HASSAN TEHERAN, IRAN; A.B. in Civil Engineering; TRIANGLE; Sigma Tau; Tau 

Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Phi Alpha Mu; St. Pat's Ball Committee, Major Chairman (4); 
A.S.C.E. (4); Engineering Honors Program; James Scholar (I, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2, 3). 



REMYS, EDMUND CICERO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; German Club (3, 4); 

Russian Club (3, 4); Morton Junior College; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

RENDER, DONALD JOHN PEORIA; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta 

Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Army ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel; Armed Forces Council (4); Society 
of American Military Engineers (3, 4); Engineering Honors Program (1, 2, 3, 4); James 
Scholar (I, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (I, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

RENTFROW, WANDA MAY STRASBURG; B.S. in Elementary Education; DELTA HOUSE, 

House President (4); Association of Childhood Education (4); Student National Educa- 
tional Association (4). 



REYNOLDS, ROBERT JAMES CHICAGO; B.S. in Civil Engineering; PENNSYLVANIA AVE- 
NUE RESIDENCE, House President (2); Chi Epsilon; University Chorus (1); A.S.C.E. 
(2, 3, 4); I.S.P.E. (I, 2). 

REYNOLDS, RONALD JAY STEGER; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; SIGMA PI; Phi Eta Sigma; 

The ILLIO (2); lllini Union Committee Member (1); Campus Chest (3); James Scholar 
(1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1, 2). 

REYNOLDS, THOMAS KEELER KANKAKEE; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemical Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. 

(3, 4); Young Republicans Club (3). 



RHEA, STEPHEN LEWIS WAVERLY; B.S. in Agriculture Communications; SCOTT; The 

Daily lllini (4); Hoof and Horn Club (3). 

RICE, EDWARD THOMAS CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; DELTA UPSILON; Alpha Delta 

Sigma; I.P.C. Photography Staff (I, 2); NROTC, Chief Petty Officer; Marketing Club 
(3, 4). 

RICE, HAROLD MICHAEL CENTRALIA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; GRANADA; I.E.E.E. 

(3, 4). 



RICHARDSON, DOROTHY JANE ROCK FALLS; B.S. in Home Economics Education; CEDAR 

HALL; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Canterbury Executive Council (2, 3); Home Economics 
Council (3); Cooperative Extension Club (3); Home Economics Club {1, 2, 3, 4); Young 
Democrats Club (3, 4); Honors Day (I). 

RICHEY, SARA JEANETTE PALESTINE; B S. in Marketing; AVALON, House President (4). 

RICHTER, CHARLES KARY LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; PHI KAPPA 

PSI; S.A.E. (4); Purdue University; Beloit College. 



RICHTER, CLIFFORD LEE ATHENS; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; A.S.M.E. (1). 

RICHTER, RONALD CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; University Theatre 

Crew (3); Finance Club (4); Marketing Club (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois. 

RIDDLE, JACQUELINE MAE MORTON; B.S. in Home Economics; BUSEY; lllini Union Com- 
mittee Member (3); Student Musicals (3); lllini Guide {3, 4); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2); Home Economics Club (I, 2). 

RIEDEL, SUZANNE MARIE LOMBARD; A.B. in I. AS., Speech; DELTA GAMMA; Zeta Phi 

El,i; lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); Pan- 
heltnic Executive Council (3); University Chorus (1, 2); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Honors Day (I). 

RIFKIN, ROBERT SAM CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; WESTON, House President (4). 

RIGOR, LINDA KAY WESTPOINT; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; GAMMA PHI 

BETA; Shorter Board; Torch; Shl-Ai; lllini Union Committee Member (I); Star Course 
Manager (I); Junior Panhellenic (I); Panhellenic Executive Council (2, 3, 4); Pan- 
htllonlc Executive Coordinating Committee (3, 4); Panhellenic WISA Coordinating 
Conimllloe (3); Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (4); lllini Guide (3); 
Antiel Flioht (1, 2, 3); Honiecomlnq Court (4); New Sludenls' Week Committee (3). 



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week of school. One such instance is being served breakfa^st in bed 








RINCKER, PHYLUS MARIE STRASBURG; B.S. in L.A.S., Physics; PHI LEA. 

R.ON. JUD.TH ANNE MAR.E NORTHBROOK, B.S. in L.A.S., AAicrobiology; ILLINOIS 

oiKcci KtiiutNLt; Northwestern Universily. 

RrORDAN, JOHN A E. ^^^^^^^^ ^^ Architecture; A.I.A. (5); Navy Pier 

tivfi». M ^ Universi y of Illinois; Student Government (1, 2), President (2); Ac- 

Wies Honorary Society (2); F.A.A. Honors Program (1, 2); Honors Day (1, 2), Navy 



RIORDAN. JOHN MICHAEL . . . CHICAGO HEIGHTS; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; SIG.V^A TAU 
OAMMA, House President (3); Junior Inlerfraternity Council (1). 

RIPLEY, DAVID PETER .^ . , .ROLLING MEADOWS; B.S. in L.A.S., Geology; ALPINE LODGE 
House President (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. ' 

RISDELl, MARY MOORE ISLIP, NEW YORK; A.B. in L.A.S., Philosophy; Wells College. 

RITA, ^"'^''^,Ef3,A,^THCNY. CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

r).<iAA '»«;-•,,'■'''' 'WR-H-A. Executive Counci (4); illini Guide (4)- IEEE 
(3, 4); MacMurray College; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

RITCHER, RITA CLAIRE . . STREATOR; B.S. in Music Education; ALPHA DELTA PI- Mu Phi 

Hono°rs'Da'r(l ir"' '"'' ''' "'' ^""""'" ^^°'"^'^' Oratorio Soc'iiy ^y, '2)! 

RIVERA, ^E«>^ANoo RO .^^^ ROt'c^'r^s??' 't''' '"t S^""- ^"^'"--9; Ulini Union Commit- 

^4) ASCE (I 2 -^ 4> '/ . f r!^^"''' ^°i'^^^ °^ American Military Engineers 
(J, 4;, A.i.L.t. (I, 2, J, 4); Society of General Engineers (1, 2). 

ROACH, "OLIIN WALTER . CHICAGO; B^S in Finance; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE RESI- 

DENCE; Alpha Kappa Psi; Finance Club (3); Marketing Club (3, 4); Society for the 
Advancement of Management (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 

ROBBINS, LINDA JANE . . . BUSHNELL; A.B. in L.A.S., Political Science; SHERWOOD- Campus 

Chest (2); Second Regimental Band (3); Illini Guide (2); Young Democrats Club (4) 

ROBERTS, AUGA^JEAN ARGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA OMICRON PI; The Daily 

ROBERTS, JOHN^^HARmD^.^.^. .^^.^ P^EKIN; B.S. in Meiallurgical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

ROBERTS, ^*R«7 DEE . . LE ROY; B.S. in Agriculture Economics; Agricultural Economics 

Club (2, 3, 4); Agricultural Economics Club Yearbook, Editor (3). 

ROBERSON, LYNNE MARIA. .GLEN ELLYN; A.B. in L.A.S., Home Economics- LUND- 

nomi^; auT(3,"4f"' '"' ^""^"^ ^^'''' '"'■ '''''"^"' Seminar (1); Home Eco- 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE HARCOURT .... DOWNERS GROVF- R <; in ri, 1 c • 

Umbd°"u''f '' A''^'r!.°I^S^' PhiTa''sigm'a?^Phi 'K^appl" ^^^^^ ^^'Tr"^^ 
Lambda Upsilon; A.I.Ch E 1, 2, 3 4); James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honor ' Day 
(1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3) >■'■;. nonors uay 

ONALD 

rmy RC 
(2, 3, . 
li (3, ' 
^publicans Club (2). 

ROBINSON, -A«'LVN^.O^.^.^.^.^ARTHUR; B.S, in Economics; McKINLEY; Young Republicans 

ROBISON, JOHN CURTIS JR .. FAIRFIELD; A.B. in L.A.S,, Political Science; HOPKINS- 
Honors Day m. °" '' ' ^' ^'' ^°""^ Republican's Club (4); 




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ROBNETT, QUENTIN LAVERNE KINMUNDY; B.S. in Civil Engineering; ALPHA SIGMA 

PHI; Chi Epsilon; Baseball, Freshman Squad (1); A.S.C.E. (4); Honors Day (3). 

ROCHE, KATHIEEN PATRICIA GLENVIEW; B.S. in Recreation; STRATFORD; lllini Union 

Committee Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); University Theatre 
Cast (2, 3, 4); University Theatre Crew (2, 3, 4); W.S.A. Board (2); Student 
Senate (2); Student Musicals (2, 3); Terrapin (2, 3); Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Board (2); St. Louis University. 

ROGERS, CAROLYN JEAN BELLEVILLE; B.S. in L.A.S., Sociology; EVANS; Moravian 

College. 

ROHIFING, MARTHA MAE RED BUD; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of German; PHILEA; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Delta Phi Alpha; University Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club 
(1); German Language Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key (3). 

ROJICEK, MARILYN SUE BERWYN; B.S. in Education; ARBOR SUITES; Young Re- 
publicans Club (4); Morton Junior College. 

ROM, ROBERT JOHN CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Sociology; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; The Daily lllini (3, 4); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (4); Big 10 Presi- 
dents' Conference Chairman (4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ROMERSBERGER, JUDITH ANN PEORIA; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ARBOR SUITES; 

Alpha Lambda Delta; lota Sigma Pi; Freshman Board (1); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2); 

James Scholar (1, 2, 3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illinois Scholarship 
Key (3). 

ROSEMAN, JORDAN LEE LINCOLNWOOD; B.S. in Accountancy; TAU DELTA PHI; 

The Daily lllini (I); lllini Union Committee Member (2); Junior Interfraternity 
Council (1); Student Musicals (2); Accountancy Club (3, 4). 

ROSEMANN, CURTIS OTTO CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; TRIANGLE; 

Star and Scroll; The Daily lllini (2, 3, 4); I.E.E.E. (1, 2, 4, 5); Physics Society 
(1); Society of General Engineers (2); Young Democrats Club (2); Young Re- 
publicans Club (4, 5). 

ROSEN, KAREN FLORENCE LANSING; A.B. in L.A.S., Anthropology; VAN DOREN; 

W.I.S.A. Executive Council (1); lllini Guide (4). 

ROSENBAUM, LAWRENCE SKOKIE; B.S. in Management; Navy Pier Extension of the 

University of Illinois. 

ROSENBERG, MARSHA LYNN CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; VAN DOREN; 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Spanish Club (1, 2), Navy Pier. 

ROSENTHAL, LARRY GEROID CHICAGO; B.S. in Management; SCOTT; W.P.G.U. (3); 

M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); lllini Guide (4); Society for the Advancement of 
Management (4); Wilson Junior College. 

ROSENTRETER, CURTIS HOWARD CARLINVILLE; B.S. in Accountancy; Delta Sigma Pi; 

Accountancy Club (2, 3, 4). 

ROSIAK, EDWARD ALAN PARK RIDGE; A.B. in Wood Technology; PHI KAPPA TAU; 

lllini Union Committee Member (3, 4); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); lllini 
Sportsman's Club (1); Pre-Vet Club (1, 2). 

ROSNER, RANDY ELLEN HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in Journalism; IOTA ALPHA PI; Theta 

Sigma Phi (Pres. 4); lllini Union Committee Member (1); The Daily lllini (3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Junior Panhellenic (1); Student Senate (2, 3); Major Committee 
of Student Senate (2, 3); International Co-ordinating Board {2, 3); Honors Day (3). 

ROSS, CAROL ANN OAK PARK; B.S. in Education of Mentally Handicapped Children; 

ALPHA XI DELTA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Junior Panhellenic (2); Oratorio Society 
(2); Physical Education Majors Club (1); James Scholar (2, 3, 4); Honors Day (2, 3). 

ROSS, CHARLES PHIIIF URBANA; B.S. in Ceramic Engineering; TRIANGLE; Keromos; 

Engineering Council (3, 4); St. Pat's Ball Committee (2); American Ceramic 
Society (1, 2, 3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (3); Young Democrats Club (4). 

ROSS, DONALD ROBERT WESTCHESTER; B.S. in Urban Land Economics; A.I.A. (I, 2). 

ROSS, MAXINE SUE GLENVIEW; B.S. in Elementary Education; SIGMA DELTA TAU; 

The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (2); University Theatre Crew (1); 
Junior Panhellenic (I); Greek Week Committee (1); Student National Education 
Association (4). 

ROSS, STEVEN BRIAN SKOKIE; B.S. in Marketing; TWIN PINES, House President 

(3); Intramural Manager (2, 3); Marketing Club (3); University of Illinois College 
of Pharmacy; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

ROSS, SUSAN ELLEN STREATOR; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; CHI OMEGA; 

Southern Illinois University. 

ROSSI, THOMAS WILLIAM CHICAGO; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; I.E.E.E. (4). 

ROSSMAN, RICHARD CHICAGO; B.S. in I.A.S., Zoology; WESTON; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois; Amateur Radio Club (2, 3), President (3); 
Council of Club President (3), Navy Pier. 



ROTAN, JOHN MORRIS HINSDALE; Bachelor of Architecture. 

ROTH, SUSAN BARBARA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ALLEN; L.A.S. Collecjo 

Council (1, 2, 3, 4); N.A.A.C.P. (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4)- 
J.imcs Scholar (1, 2). 

ROTH, WILLIAM ROY DES PLAINES; B.S. in Induslri.il Adminislrnlion; CAMPUS VIEW; 

A.S.M.E. (3, 4); Society for the Advanfcmcnt of M.inngomcnt (3, 4); Northwestern 
University. 




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ROTHENBERG, MARTIN ROBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Labor Economics; ALPHA EPSILON 

PI; mini Union Committee Member (2, 3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (3); 
Junior Interfraternity Council (1); StucJent Senate (1, 2, 3); Major Committee of 
Student Senate (2, 3); James Scholar (1, 2, 3); Honors Day (1). 

ROTHGEB, WAYNE DENT MILFORD; B.S. in General Agriculture; DELTA UPSILON; Fenc- 
ing, Varsity Squad (3); Agricultural Economics Club (4); Field and Furrow (2); 
Hoof and Horn Club (3); lllini Sportsman's Club (1); Rifle and Pistol Club (1). 

ROTHMAN, MIRIAM KAY SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Speech; ARBOR SUITES; 

University Theaire Crew (3, 4); Indiana LIniversity. 

ROTHROCK, SUSAN ANN GLEN ELLYN; B.F.A. in Art Education; ALPHI XI DELTA; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2, 3); University Theatre Crew (I, 2); Greek Week 
Committee (3). 

ROTTER, DANIEL GORDON CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET 

RESIDENCE; A.S.M.E. (4); Young Republicans Club (1, 2); Honors Day (I); Wash- 
ington University. 

ROUDEBUSH, GARY lEROY CANTON; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; 

SNYDER, House President (3); Campus Chest (3); M.R.H.A. Executive Council (3); 
M.R.H.A. Judicial Board (4); Student Senate (3); Major Committee of Student Senate 
(3); Young Democrats Club (4); Canton Community College. 

ROWLAND, ROBERT LEIGH CHICAGO; B.S. in Economics; SIGMA PI; Junior Interfrater- 
nity Council (3); Pompons (2); Swimming, Varsity Squad (2), Freshman Squad (1); 
Dolphins (1, 2, 4); Air Force ROTC, Captain; Flying lllini (2, 3, 4). 

ROWLEY, CHARLES WESLEY PITMAN, NEW JERSEY; B.S. in General Engineering; Engi- 
neering Council (3); Phalanx (3, 4, 5); Trident (3, 4, 5); I.S.P.E. (5); Society of 
General Engineers (2, 3, 4, 5); University of New Mexico. 

ROWOLDT, JAMES ERNEST AURORA; B.S. in Electrical Engineering; SCOTT; M.R.H.A. Ex- 
ecutive Council (1); A.I.Ch.E. (1, 2); I.E.E.E. (3, 4); James Scholar (1). 

ROZANSKI, THOMAS LEROY DECATUR; B.S. in L.A.S., Mathematics; NEWMAN; Student 

Senate (3); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); lllini Guide (3); Young Demo- 
crats Club (4); Honors Day (I). 

RUDDELL, MILLARD ARTHUR, JR DWIGHT; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; Southern Illinois 

University. 

RUEHLMAN, DENNIS GENE HEBRON; B.S. in L.A.S., Psychology; GRANADA; Oratorio 

Society (4). 

RUNQUIST, RICHARD ALLEN CHICAGO; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; B.S. in Elec- 
trical Engineering; ILLINOIS STREET RESIDENCE; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; A.F.S. (3); 
Wright Junior College. 

RUPP, JUDITH CHICAGO, B.S. in L.A.S., Teaching of Mathematics; ALPHA OMICRON 

PI; Shorter Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; The ILLIO (I, 2, 3, 4), Associate Business 
Manager (4); lllini Union Committee Member (3); Junior Panhellenic (2); Honors 
Day (1). 

RUSH, GAYLE HOUMES HOOPESTON; B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron; 

Honors Day (4); Illinois State University; University of Illinois College of Nursing. 

RUSHING, MARY ELLEN CLIFTON; A.B. in L.A.S., English Education; SIGMA KAPPA 

Junior Panhellenic (3); University Choir (3); Knox College. 

RUTLEDGE, MARY EILEEN ST. CHARLES; A.B. in L.A.S., Spanish; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Pompons (1); Spanish Club (2, 3, 4). 

RUVINSKY, ROSALIND RUTH PEORIA; A.B. in L.A.S., Speech; DELTA PHI EPSILON; 

lllini Union Committee Member (1); lllini Union Committee Chairman (2); Major 
Chairman of lllini Union Committee (3, 4); Star Course Manager (I); Hillel Founda- 
tion Executive Council (3); Panhellenic Ball Committee (2); Young Democrats Club (2). 



RYAN, CATHERINE ANNE FLOSSMOOR; B.S. in L.A.S., Chemistry; ARBOR SUITES; 

Young Democrats Club (4). 

RYLL, CAROL ANN CARY; B.S. in Music Education; EVANS; Concert Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 

University Chorus (I); Oratorio Society (2, 3). 

RZEPKA, SHERI BEVERLY CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Zoology; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Western Illinois University. 

RZEWSKI, LAWRENCE ROGER CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; MEDEA; I.S.P.E. 

(1); Society of General Engineers (2, 3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the LIniversity 
of Illinois. 

SABINE, FRED LESTER CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., English; The Daily lllini (3, 4); Spring- 
field Junior College. 

SABOURIN, EDWARD LEON CHICAGO; B.S. in General Engineering; lllini Union Commit- 
tee Member (3); lllini Union Committee Chairman (4); I.S.P.E. (4); Society of General 
Engineers (3); George Washington University; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
Illinois; International Student Commission (1); A.S.C.E. (1), Navy Pier. 




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SACHS, JANET DORRIE NILES; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ARBOR SUITES; 

Student National Education Association (4); Young Democrats Club (4). 

SAGE, DAROLD DEAN OGDEN; B.S. in Agriculture; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Zeta; Agricul- 
tural Economics Club (4); Honors Day (I, 2); Illinois State University. 

SAGER, LESLIE BETH CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; ARBOR 

SUITES; The Daily lllini (1); W.P.G.U. (I); Young Democrats Club (2); James Scholar 
(2, 3); Honors Day (1). 



SAGETT, JAN JEFFREY CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PI LAMBDA PHI; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Honors Day (1, 2, 3); 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key (3). 

SALEMI, CATHERINE ROSE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALLEN; Campus Chest (I); 

lllini Guide (3, 4); Delta Sigma Omicron (1, 2); Folk Song Club (3); N.A.A.C.P. (3); 
Young Democrats Club (3, 4); International Student Association (2, 3, 4). 

SALUCKA, JOSEPH KESTUTIS ROCKFORD; B.S. in Communications; GARNER; Sigma Delta 

Chi; The Daily lllini (3). 



SALYERS, DAVID BRUCE LINCOLN; A.B. in L.A.S., History; ALPHA DELTA PHI; Ma-Wan- 
Da; The ILLIO (2, 3, 4), Business Manager (4); lllini Union Committee Member (2, 3); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (2); Fencing Manager (3); Greek Week Commit- 
tee (1); Air Force ROTC, Lieutenant. 

SAIZMAN, DALE WAYNE PONTIAC; B.S. in Accountancy; lllini Union Committee Mem- 
ber (1); Major Chairman of lllini Union Committee (2); Accountancy Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Commerce Honors Program (1). 

SANCHEZ, JOSE COWSERT EVANSTON; B.S. in Marketing; SCOTT, House President (3); 

Alpha Phi Omega; M.R.H.A. Executive Council {3, 4); Marketing Club (3, 4). 



SAND, WILLIAM HERBERT GENESCO; B.S. in Agronomy; Augustana College; Black Hawk 

Junior College. 

SANDE, PETER MICHAEL HIGHLAND PARK; B.S. in L.A.S., Political Science; ZETA BETA 

TAU; Alpha Delta Sigma; lllmi Union Committee Member (3); Star Course Manager 
(I); Campus Chest (I, 2); Junior Interfraternity Council (1); Major Committee of Stu- 
dent Senate (I); llligreek (2); Student Musicals (3, 4); lllini Guide (3); Greek Week 
Committee (1, 2). 

SANDERS, DAVID MICHAEL MELROSE PARK; B.S. in Accountancy; SCOTT; Accountancy 

Club (3, 4); Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 



SANNWALD, ROBERT CHARLES PALATINE; A.B. in L.A.S., English; PENNSYLVANIA 

AVENUE RESIDENCE; Flying lilini (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (I, 4); Elgin Com- 
munity College. 

SANTIAGO, FLOR de MARIA PONCE, PUERTO RICO; A.B. in L.A S., French; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; lllini Union Committee Member (4); Copa:abana {3, 4); A. I. I.E., 
A.I.S. (4); Folk Song Club (4); Spanish Club (3, 4); French Club (4); Catholic University 
of Puerto Rico. 

SANTORE, MARLENE ANGELA CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of English; ILLINOIS 

STREET RESIDENCE; Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois; Student Edu- 
cational Association (2), Navy Pier. 



SARGIS, RONALD GILBERT CHICAGO; B.S. in Marketing; GARNER; Delta Sigma Pi; Market- 
ing Club (3, 4). 

SASYK, TANIA CHICAGO; B.S. in L.A.S., Science; ALLEN HALL; Navy Pier Extension of 

the University of Illinois; Business Manager of Chicago lllini (3), Navy Pier. 



SATTAZAHN, DAVID ANDERSON PAXTON; B.S. 

College. 



in L.A.S., Psychology; Arizona State 



SAUDER, ELLEN PRISCILLA PEORIA; B.S. in Elementary Education; PRESBY; Y.W.C.A. (3); 

A.C.E. (4); Student National Education Association (3, 4); Blackburn College. 

SAUER, MARY MARTHA CHAMPAIGN; B.S. in Communications; SIGMA KAPPA; Shorter 

Board; Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3); lllini Union Committee Member 
(), 2); University Theatre Crew (I); Major Committee of Student Senate (3); WILL (4); 
James Scholar (1). 

SAUNDERS, ELEANOR RUTH ROCKFORD; A.B. in LA.S., Teaching of Speech; DELTA 

SIGMA IHFIA; Torch; Alpha Chron; Delta Sicinin Rho; W.I.S.A. Executive Council 
(1, 2, 3); Student Senate (3); lllini Guide (2); lllini Forensic Association (1, 2). 



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SAUNDERS, GARY MICHAEL CHICAGO; B.S. in Accountancy; PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE 

RESIDENCE; Delta Sigma Pi; Army ROTC, Captain; Accountancy Club (3, 4); Young 
Republicans Club (2). 

SCHAEFER, RICHARD CHARLES CISSNA PARK; A.B. in Personnel Administration; PHI 

SIGMA KAPPA; SI'ull and Crescent; Tribe of lllini (4); Young Democrats Club (1). 

SCHAEFFER, EUGENE LEE SKOKIE; B.S. in Marketing; ALPHA EPSILON PI; Junior Inter- 
fraternity Council (1); Major Committee of Student Senate (1); Marketing Club (4); 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of Illinois. 

SCHAFFNER, HELAINE IRIS CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Social Studies; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; 

The Daily lllini (3); University Theatre Crew (J); Campus Chest (3); W.P.G.U. (2); 
Major Committee of Student Senate (3). 

SCHAFFNER, NADINE MAE CHICAGO; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Siudies; ARBOR 

SUITES, House President (4); lllini Guide (3); Student Musicals (2, 3); Honors Day (2). 

SCHANKS, SANDRA JOYCE CHICAGO; B.S. in Elementary Education; PHI SIGMA SIGMA; 

The Daily lllini (1); The ILLIO (1); lllini Union Committee Member (1, 2); Campus 
Chest (1, 2); W.P.G.U. (2); Junior Panhellenic (1); Student Senate (1); mini Guide 
(3); Student National Education Association (4). 



SCHECTMAN, MYRA LORIS SKOKIE; A.B. in L.A.S., Teaching of Social Studies; PENNSYL- 
VANIA AVENUE RESIDENCE; Alpha Lambda Delta; Young Democrats Club (2); James 
Scholar (1, 2); Honors Day (I, 2). 

SCHEIBE, JOHN EUGENE, JR VILLA PARK; B.F.A. in Urban Planning. 

SCHEIBLY, CHARLES E